• Erika Jayne's lawyers wanted to withdraw from her bankruptcy case Monday
  • Her legal counsel said the "relationship of trust and confidence" had "broken down"
  • However, the lawyers filed a new petition to stay on the case Thursday

Erika Jayne's lawyers appeared to have changed their minds just days after filing documents to be taken off the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star’s bankruptcy case.

Jayne's lawyers filed a new petition Thursday to stay on her case, Us Weekly reported. Her attorneys had filed on Monday court documents, obtained by the outlet, to cut ties with the reality star.

"The relationship of trust and confidence that is essential to a properly functioning attorney-client relationship has broken down and, in the good faith assessment of counsel, the relationship is irreparable," the attorneys wrote in the Monday filing.

Jayne and her lawyers have not released a statement addressing the legal reconciliation, E! News noted.

The lawyer's previous motion to withdraw from her case coincided with the release of a documentary about the 49-year-old and her estranged husband, Tom Girardi, titled "The Housewife and the Hustler." The ABC News doc detailed the allegations against the exes, including how much Jayne knew of Girardi's alleged crimes before their split.

Jayne filed for divorce from her 82-year-old lawyer husband in November 2020. The pair was then accused of faking a divorce in order to protect themselves against a lawsuit for allegedly embezzling funds meant for the families of plane crash victims.

In December 2020, Chicago law firm Edelson PC claimed in federal court documents that the powerhouse attorney and the reality star were "on the verge of financial collapse and locked in a downward spiral of mounting debts and dwindling funds."

"While Erika publicly filed for divorce this month, on information and belief, that ‘divorce’ is simply a sham attempt to fraudulently protect Tom’s and Erika’s money from those that seek to collect on debts owed by Tom and his law firm GK," the documents obtained by Us Weekly read.

Jayne has maintained that she didn’t know about Girardi's legal woes prior to their split, but the lawyer who filed the class-action lawsuit against the estranged couple claimed the reality star was aware that her spouse used some of the money he allegedly stole to fund her business.

"We believe we’re going to be able to prove that Erika was incredibly involved in not just the law firm, but also, he was loaning money to her company 10s of millions of dollars to her company," claimed Jay Edelson on Wednesday's episode of the "Reality Life with Kate Casey."

"And we think that money came from client funds. And we’re going to look into all of that. And that’s all going to be, you know, part of proof that we showed to a jury — that she was knee-deep in this fraud, and she can say, ‘Oh, she didn’t know anything about it.’ And I think that’s going be hard for to convince a jury of," he continued.

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“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Erika Jayne is pictured Feb. 12 in Los Angeles. Getty Images