Erika Jayne invited Jennifer Lawrence to come “mix it up” with the “Housewives” after the actress called her “evil.”
The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 51, shrugged off Lawrence’s insult during an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” Wednesday.
“You know, it’s easy to label people when they are at their absolute lowest going through something in real time on television,” Jayne said.
“But anytime that she would like to come on down and mix it up with us, I’m sure that we could unmask the ugly parts of her personality as well,” she continued.
Andy Cohen laughed at the reality star’s straight-faced expression.
“Look, she doesn’t even flinch as she says it,” the host, 54, pointed out to his audience and Jayne’s fellow guest Michael Rapaport.
Over the weekend, Lawrence, 32, told Variety that Jayne “needs a publicist ASAP” and voiced her concerns about the “boring” 12th season of “RHOBH.”
The Bravo superfan added in the interview that she thinks “Erika is evil.”
While Jayne’s rep declined to comment on the “Silver Lining Playbook” star’s dig at the time, a source noted to Page Six that the publicist does not have “control” over what the Bravolebrity says on her show.
Jayne and her estranged husband Tom Girardi‘s ongoing legal struggles have been documented on the reality series since the former attorney, 83, was sued in 2020 for allegedly embezzling settlement funds from families of the 2018 Lion Air plane crash victims.
Although Jayne experienced a major win last month when a Los Angeles court found “no evidence of wrongdoing” in a $5 million aiding and abetting lawsuit, she still faces a $25 million suit.
The trustee overseeing the bankruptcy case of Girardi’s former firm, Girardi & Keese, claimed that the “Pretty Mess” singer misappropriated that amount of money for both her lifestyle and her company in their August 2021 lawsuit.
Jayne, who has denied wrongdoing, told us in May that she has been “cooperating … fully” with legal proceedings, noting that she “of course” has empathy for the victims’ loved ones.
“I trust that they will be taken care of,” she said, noting that she has been “frustrated” by her co-stars’ questions about the cases.