Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi’s Pasadena home they shared has finally sold

There is a place out there for us! Yes! Perhaps the Pasadena Mansion that I will be sharing today best suits you. It is gonna be your lucky day guys! Well, first and foremost, you must know something about its background. Today, let us get in touch with Erika Jayne and her estranged husband Tom Girardi. 


Over two decades ago, the couple first met at the L.A. restaurant Chasen’s when Jayne was a cocktail waitress while Tom was a regular. And six months since they met, Girardi moved in, followed by Tom’s proposal. In 1999, they wed at the same restaurant. Jayne was previously married before her third marriage to Tom. 


Jayne, known as the star in the film “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” is fascinated with luxurious lifestyles as illustrated in her 2017 song “XXPEN$IVE”. While Girardi, her beloved, has been practicing law since 1965 and was prominent in a high-profile 1993 case against the energy giant Pacific Gas and Electric Company in the small town of Hinkley, California. The couple kept their relationship private; they met occasionally, and should they meet, it was 100 percent full-on attention. Sadly, Jayne filed for divorce with Girardi in 2020, yet testified in a California court that her estranged husband Tom Girardi, is broke. And currently, after more than a year, they officially offloaded their stunning marital home in Pasadena for $7.5 million.


The Pasadena mansion was built in the 1920s by well-known architect Myron Hubbard Hunt. The said property was sold to Girardi in 1980 for $1.3 million. The couple spent most of their 21-year marriage in the mansion, relishing a luxuriant lifestyle. For many years, so highly customized belongings were added to the home by Jayne, particularly the wonderful chapel with a groin-vaulted ceiling, carved wood doors, ornate walls, and religious imagery worldwide.


The stucco and stone-accented home, hidden away on a nearly 2-acre lot overlooking the Colorado Street Bridge along a private path above the Annandale Golf Club, has four bedrooms and nine bathrooms spread out across approximately 10,300 square feet of two-level living space.


Highlights include a large living room with a vaulted ceiling, fireplace, and wall of French doors leading to a large porch. As well as a dining room with a fireplace decorated in silk wallpaper. There is also a wood-paneled library with two fireplaces on either end, a gourmet kitchen with an eat-in island, high-end equipment, and a breakfast nook. Also, there was a luxurious master bedroom with two dressing rooms and bathtubs.


Outside, a pool and a nearby open-air pavilion sit within a lushly manicured yard housing winding paths, fountains, rose gardens, wisteria-covered pergolas, and other spaces suitable for al fresco leisure and gathering. 


The sale of the longtime marital home in Pasadena is part of the disgraced former attorney’s involuntary bankruptcy procedures; It needs to be court-approved by the judge presiding over bankruptcy proceedings over Girardi’s Chapter 7 trustee Jason M. Rund. The trustee still holds the title of the Mediterranean-style home. A date for the auction has been scheduled on October 18; the opening bid must be $7.525 million and will increase in $5,000 increments from there since the accepted offer is subject to an overbid. 


The proceeds from the sale of the mansion will be used to pay some of Girardi’s creditors that racked up to $517 million in claims now – as a result of allegations that Girardi and his law firm stole millions of funds meant for the debtors and victims of the Lion Air Flight 610 tragedy, they were forced into bankruptcy.


Currently, Girardi, 83, is in a Burbank assisted living home. He was diagnosed with late-onset Alzheimer’s and dementia. While Jayne, 51, is still renting a small apartment near the Hancock Park section of Los Angeles.

Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi's Pasadena house Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi's Pasadena house

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