KEY POINTS

  • Erika Jayne's estranged husband Tom Girardi moved into a senior living facility in California on Aug. 9, a report says
  • Jayne was notified of the move via mail, according to court documents
  • Girardi was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia earlier this year

Erika Jayne's estranged husband Tom Girardi has moved out of his mansion in Los Angeles and into a senior living facility amid his legal woes.

According to the court documents obtained by Us Weekly Friday, the former attorney, 82, moved into a facility specializing in memory care in Burbank, California, on Aug. 9. His brother and conservator, Robert Girardi, informed the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star of the move via mail, the documents said.

Tom's other brother, Jack, and his two daughters and son were also notified of his new residence, Page Six reported.

Robert was granted a temporary conservatorship over his brother in February. A mental evaluation given at the time assessed that Tom, who lost his law license, was suffering from late-onset Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.

While the former lawyer told the court in June that he "disagree[d] with the conservatorship altogether," Robert was named the permanent conservator of Tom's person and estate the following month.

Jayne filed for divorce from Tom in November 2020 after 21 years of marriage. A month later, a class-action lawsuit was filed against the pair accusing them of embezzling funds intended for the families of plane crash victims "in order to continue funding his and Erika's lavish Beverly Hills lifestyles," documents obtained by People read.

Jayne has insisted that she had no knowledge of her estranged husband's legal troubles. In an episode of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" Season 11, she insisted that their divorce was not a "sham."

"Being the possible target of a federal criminal investigation is like, not cool," Jayne was quoted by Us Weekly as saying. "To have all those things said about you which are not true, and then to have everyone, basically, question everything. It’s lonely and it’s quiet and you would be shocked by how quickly people turn on you. How quickly people distance themselves from you. Automatically, they turn because they don’t want to be involved."

During a more recent episode, Jayne claimed that she hasn't spoken to Tom since she moved out of their home.

In August, the trustee handling the bankruptcy case of her ex's law firm Girardi Keese sued Jayne for $25 million, which was the amount she allegedly spent on an American Express bill and glam squad, among other charges.

"The evidence is undeniable," Ronald Richards, the trustee’s attorney, told Page Six in a statement. "The law firm paid out over $25,000,000 in expenses which were approved and generated by one person, Erika Girardi."

The trustee added that it would be a "miscarriage of justice" if Jayne was allowed to walk free of owing the law firm over $25 million just because she claimed she wasn't aware of her estranged husband's financial troubles at the time.

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