Erika Jayne could make fairly a little bit of dough subsequent 12 months.
It was not too long ago reported by the New York Times that the singer “seemingly” earned over $600,000 per season of the hit Bravo actuality present, however a supply advised Us Weekly that her payday will enhance if she returns for season 12.
“It’s going to be far more subsequent season,” stated the insider of Jayne’s wage, including that she was the “sole focus this season.”
Jayne’s authorized and monetary woes had been ceaselessly addressed throughout season 11, and contemplating they are not slowing down, they may spill into season 12 as nicely. Moreover, clips from the upcoming reunion revealed that Jayne will talk about her current issues.
The supply stated that after being “put by way of the wringer and following producers’ orders,” there may be “no query” that Jayne will “demand the next paycheck” for season 12, ought to she keep on board.
“The scores had been off the charts due to her storyline and what she’s uncovered,” stated the supply, referencing the assorted lawsuits and authorized troubles that her divorce and former enterprise dealings spawned on the similar time.
They added: “What she’s coping with [regarding] Tom [Girardi] and the courtroom isn’t over but so you possibly can solely think about what subsequent season goes to carry.”
Jayne may have the next payday to clear her potential invoices sooner or later, as she’s at the moment being sued for $25 million amid Girardi’s bankruptcy suit.
The Instances experiences that Girardi’s former regulation agency, Girardi Keese, coated bills for the singer, together with $1.5 million paid to a expertise company, $260,000 in authorized charges and $252,000 to a celeb make-up artist and picture marketing consultant.
Whether or not the star will return to the present remains to be up within the air, as this system’s residence community Bravo was not too long ago subpoenaed for footage of Jayne. She joined the present in 2015.