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  • Erika Jayne shared the trailer for the upcoming "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reunion on her Instagram
  • Andy Cohen asked Jayne in the sneak peek why she didn't leave estranged husband Tom Girardi sooner 
  • Cohen also accused Jayne of "manipulating the narrative" by saying her husband's cognitive decline started three years ago

Erika Jayne is getting grilled by Andy Cohen on the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reunion over her alleged involvement in estranged husband Tom Girardi's embezzlement scandal.

Jayne, 50, took to Instagram Wednesday to share the trailer for the Bravo reality show's Season 11 reunion, with the caption, "The champ is here. Me."

In the four-part special, which sees Jayne reuniting with castmates Kyle Richards, Sutton Stracke, Crystal Kung Minkoff, Dorit Kemsley and Garcelle Beauvais, the embattled singer is heard talking about her estranged husband, appearing to say, "You know what, I can't control what Tom Girardi did."

Jayne also went head-to-head with Cohen, who warned her, "We're gonna put you on a skewer, and I'm gonna fire up the barbecue."

The host then asked Jayne, "Why didn’t you leave Tom sooner?"

"Where was I going?" she replied. But Cohen fired back, "I know what you make on this show."

Cohen then mentioned her disgraced lawyer ex's alleged extramarital affairs and the allegations that he put $20 million into her business account. He also asked the other cast members if they believe Jayne's claim that she had no knowledge of Girardi's legal and financial troubles.

"Can someone please back me the f–k up on what I'm saying?" Jayne asked her "RHOBH" castmates in the trailer.

Cohen went on to accuse Jayne of "manipulating the narrative by saying [Tom's] cognitive decline started three years ago," adding that her story "lands differently when there are air crash victims."

The clip ends with Cohen asking Jayne, "Have you asked [Tom] if he did it?" and the reality star appearing to struggle to give an answer.

After filing for divorce in November last year, Jayne and Girardi were sued by a class-action firm on behalf of Boeing plane crash victims for allegedly embezzling through their "sham" divorce settlement funds meant to help the victims of Lion Air Flight 610.

Jayne has since claimed that she was not aware of his alleged mistreatment of his clients and their money. 

However, Jayne is being sued for $25 million by the trustee who is overseeing the bankruptcy case involving her estranged husband's law firm, Girardi Keese. The trustee alleged that she knew the firm was paying for her expenses for at least 12 years and requested that the court order her to repay the $25 million she allegedly spent plus interest.

Jayne's lawyer, in response, claimed that the suit "is another example of the trustee and her counsel jumping to conclusions without a full investigation, and bullying and blaming Erika for actions taken by Girardi Keese for which Erika does not have legal liability."

In an episode of "RHOBH" last month, Jayne told co-star Kyle Richards that she has "zero dollars" amid her legal woes. "And by the time those trustees are done with Tom, there'll be nothing. So, I walk out of this with nothing," she claimed.

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" four-part reunion starts Wednesday at 8 p.m. EDT on Bravo.

Erika Girardi Erika Girardi, photographed at the “Sharknado: The Fourth Awakens” premiere in Las Vegas on July 31, 2016, will allow her vulnerability to shine through in Season 7, episode 14 of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Photo: Getty Images