First of all, it’s time for some of you to revisit, or perhaps visit for the first time, the commenting rules. There is a reason that I ask that things you learn on other sites be discussed on other sites. It is important to consider the source. In this case, it was revealed in Erika Jayne’s Amex bills that she paid $156,000 to a company called DNA, Inc. So a site that I thought for sure had gone out of business, that rhymes with my “Gaydar Is Fine” made the curious leap that the money went to Lisa Rinna’s daughters clothing line, DNA. A clothing line that doesn’t even exist anymore. Because it made for a good story. It was fake news and the “exclusive” has now been removed from the site because it was libelous.
The money that Erika Jayne went to DNA, Inc. a production house located in Santa Monica, that produced music videos. Ron Richards seems to have a real hard-on for Lisa Rinna for some reason. He is posting her lawsuit with Backgrid on his Twitter. This also has nothing to do with Erika Girardi. One would think he would be more focused on that case; however, he also posts about Mohammed Hadid and Michael Avenatti.
Lisa Rinna’s lawsuit filed by Backgrid, a paparazzi group, is because she posted photos of herself on Instagram and Backgrid is filing copyright claims. Again, nothing to do with Erika. Ron is on a campaign to smear Rinna for some reason. There is not one iota of proof that Erika transferred any money at all to Rinna or any of her businesses or her family’s businesses. I’m not sure where the $5million dollar rumor came from. It is not substantiated by any facts or truth.
So again, please refrain from posting this sort of nonsense in comments. Also, under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act I am not responsible for libelous comments on this site. The person making the comments is legally accountable. I am required to assist if asked by a legal filing in providing any identifying information.
That is all.