‘RHOBH’ Star Admits to Having a “Three-Way” With Married Couple
Erika's had some wild times
All Things Erika
Erika Jayne is the sexy, pop-singing, banger-producing alter-ego of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Girardi, but according to the star’s new book, The Pretty Mess, Jayne is so much more! Girardi’s first memoir hits shelves in about a week (release date is March 20), and apparently it it digs deep into her past to give readers insight into the real Erika. The book is said to reveal the scandalous details of Jayne’s life, from her childhood to her days as a pop-star to her marriage to “legal eagle” Tom Girardi.
Apparently, it also includes a few tawdry details from some wilder times in the Bravo star’s life!
Erika was raised in Atlanta, but always had dreams of stardom. She hit the road and went to New York City when she was 18 to pursue her dreams. While there, she married her first husband Thomas Zizzo and had her first child, Thomas Jr.
Soon after, she divorced Tom, moved to Los Angeles to start her career in music, and never looked back. She hit the jackpot in 2007 with her first single “Roller Coaster.”
The rest is history.
Reveal, reveal, reveal
According to Radar Online, the star has shared lots of these details throughout the book, including how and when she lost her virginity! In a passage from the book, Erika tells how she had her first time at 14 while living in Atlanta, but that she could hear “Hotel California” by The Eagles playing in the background. The star muses about how she now sees the music as a good omen ― that even then she was destined to end up on the sunny west coast.
Another part of her life that is put on full display in the book is her taste in men, which Erika says she doesn’t really have. “I always like to joke that I marry Italians, date Jewish guys,” she jokes. “And for the rest — I’m going to keep that to myself.”
The star also discusses another notable sexual encounter from her past: the time she tried women… or, well, multiple partners. Well, both! She discusses a time that she engaged in certain activities with a married couple and describes the encounter as “very positive.”