Find out Erika Jayne’s RHOBH salary when she gets a pay raise

Find out how much Erika Jayne earned per.  episode of RHOBH season 11 and the four-part reunion as she has reportedly been awarded a raise for season 12

Erika Jayne did a lot when she filmed the 11th season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in the middle of divorce from Thomas Girardi and a series of lawsuits – and she’s supposed to earn even more for season 12.

In a new report that questioned why Mary Cosby did not show up Real housewives in Salt Lake City season two reunion to face accusations of cult and racism when Erika showed up for the season 11 reunion to be questioned about potentially stealing from widows and orphans of victims of plane crashes are details regarding Erika’s Bravo salary been revealed.

Tamara Tattle revealed details regarding Erika’s salary for RHOBH, and says she was paid $ 68,000 for an episode for season 11, which brought her $ 1.36 million for the 20 episodes aired during the season.

In addition to her regular base salary, Erika also reportedly earned $ 272,000 for the four-part reunion. This was far more than Mary’s alleged $ 19,500, which was apparently much easier for her not to. That said, Erika certainly got her big share of hard-hitting questions from the host Andy Cohen.

As RHOBH fans will remember Andy “went hard” on Erika because, as The Sun explained, the network expected the four-part special to be “one of the highest rated reunions” and encouraged him to “go there” with the cast- the member.

“I think I asked her about everything. I mean, the viewers had amazing questions. And I feel like we represented the tenor of what the viewers felt,” he later said on his radio program, Andy Cohen live. “I thought it was fascinating, it was engaging, it was surprising, and we talked about everything.”

In addition to being accused of stealing settlement money from Thomas’ company, Girardi Keese, which was intended for widows and victims of the Lion Air crash in 2018, Erika was hit by a $ 25 million lawsuit in the middle of filming for season 11, which claimed she received fraudulent transfers from the company.

During an interview with Us Weekly after the recording, Erika’s co-star and friend, Kyle Richards, admitted that the questions addressed to Erika were “relentless.”

“But [Andy] have a hard job. He knows the audience expects these questions and expects answers. I know it was hard for him. I mean, my makeup artist who was there, she said, ‘I felt so sorry for Erika. Oh God. It was like a nightmare for her. ‘ And I think, ‘He has to ask these questions,’ she remarked.

As for the upcoming 12th season, the business said Erika is likely to see a salary increase of 10 percent, bringing her to an episodic rate of $ 71,400.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 is expected to air on Bravo sometime later this year.

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