AceShowbiz - Erika Jayne and Sutton Stracke went at it again in the fourth and final installment of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" reunion. Airing on Thursday, November 4, the episode saw the co-stars throwing insults at each other.
Things got nasty between Erika and Sutton after the latter claimed that she had to hire a full-time security team after Erika threatened her and her family. After taking digs at each other during the reunion, Erika called Sutton "b***hy f**king c**t."
"It felt like you were being a b***hy f**king c**t. OK? That's what it felt like," Erika told Sutton when they rehashed their fight at Kathy Hilton's dinner from this season. "That you could not understand the position I'm in and you kept pushing and pushing and worrying about yourself. And that's not what needed to happen."
At the party, Sutton and Erika fought after the former accused Erika of lying about her involvement in her estranged husband Tom Girardi's alleged embezzlement scandal.
Back to the reunion, Sutton admitted to feeling worried that she would get the negative impact of being associated with Erika amid the scandal. The boutique owner later criticized Erika and Tom, who allegedly embezzled settlement money which was supposedly for the orphans, widows, burn victims and more to cover Erika's lavish life style.
"I wasn't seeing you worried about the victims at all," Sutton acused. To that, Erika responded, "You don't know that. You're assuming that. What would I have needed to do?"
Elsewhere in the episode, Sutton confronted Erika for "pretending" to be her friend during a group trip to Del Mar, Calif. "I actually thought that you were being sincere. And you know what that is? Lying," Sutton said. Erika quickly fired back, "No, that's actually just playing your a**."
Erika filed for divorce from Tom in November 2020. The Bravo personality was later accused of protecting her assests from Tom's alleged victims by filing the divorce. The lawyer, meanwhile, is currently living in an assisted living facility and is under a conservatorship overseen by his brother, Robert.