It’s too “XXpen$ive” to be the old her.

Erika Jayne reportedly downsized her residence amid an impending divorce and mounting financial difficulties for the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star.

In accordance to The Blast, the 49-12 months-previous actuality star moved out of her lavish dwelling with her ex, embattled legal professional Tom Girardi, and is living at a scaled-down home in Los Angeles.

The 1920s Spanish-type home is a a few-bed room, two-toilet house that is explained as “charming” on its listing.

It has a residing area with big barrel ceiling, brilliant arched windows and a “sunny” breakfast nook. The house is 2,015 sq. feet and has a black base pool.

In accordance to serious estate data acquired by The Put up, the household was previous sold to a married few in September 2020 for an undisclosed quantity. Having said that, Real estate states the house was valued at $1.54 million in 2014.

Mainly because Erika is not detailed as the property owner for the home, it seems she could be renting. A rep for the “RHOBH” star did not returns numerous requests for remark.

Erika Jayne's house in Los Angeles
Thomas Girardi’s home in Pasadena, Calif.
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Jayne’s old house with Girardi, 81, was reportedly value thousands and thousands much more than her new pad.

In accordance to the Solar, the Pasadena, Calif., mansion, which showcased its possess cathedral, was worth $7 million.

The 5-acre estate experienced lush gardens, and boasted a residence with two independent dining rooms, a spiral staircase and higher ceilings.

Erika Jayne's house in Los Angeles
Thomas Girardi’s home in Pasadena, Calif.
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In November, Erika filed to divorce her husband right after 21 a long time of relationship. Meanwhile, the legal professional, recognized for the report-location Pacific Gasoline and Electric case that motivated the Oscar-successful 2000 motion picture “Erin Brockovich,” is also remaining sued by previous clientele for allegedly misappropriating thousands and thousands of bucks in settlement money.

Nonetheless, Erika is not absolutely free of authorized issues herself. In December, she was sued alongside her husband by legal professionals symbolizing Boeing aircraft crash victims, who claimed the pair embezzled resources meant to go to families of those who dropped their lives on Lion Air Flight 610.