'RHOBH' star Erika Jayne dons NASA tracksuit while shopping as sartorial nod to Artemis-1 launch
Erika's clothes were emblazoned with white 'NASA,' a clear indication that the star supports the launch of Artemis-1
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA: NASA conducted the third attempt to launch Artemis-1 on Wednesday, 16 Nov. 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Erika Jayne is making it clear she supports the US space agency's mission. To support the mission and wish it luck, Jayne was seen shopping today in Beverly Hills, California, wearing clothes with NASA printed on them.
The 'RHOBH' reality star was seen wearing a casual look with a black hoodie, black joggers, and black and white shoes. Her clothes were emblazoned with white 'NASA,' a clear indication that the star supports the launch of Artemis-1. In addition, Jayne wore black cat-eye sunglasses and had her hair tied into a bun to accentuate the casual look.
NASA's mission was launched on November 16 from Launch Complex 39B f the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. According to Indian Express report, the core engines cut off after eight minutes of the launch. The Orion spacecraft has separated itself from ICPS (Interim Cryogenic Propulsion Stage) and is now moving ahead to the lunar orbit. The third time seems to have been the charm for NASA as the mission successfully lifted off from the launchpad.
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Erika Jayne's husband Tom Girardi pays $ 1.2M for FBI Head's home
'RHOBH' star Jayne and her estranged husband Tom Girardi have been on news these days. Law 360 reports Girardi, who is accused of 14 counts of charges imposed by California law, recently buying $ 1.2M worth Los Angeles FBI Head's house. It is the same office that recently arrested Girardi Keese's former chief financial officer (CFO) earlier this month. According to Radar Online, Girardi is accused of embezzling the money of his clients.
The house in Carmel-by-the-sea, California was half owned by FBI Assistant director in-charge Donald Alway. However, as per the reports, Girardi paid the mortgage from 1993 to at least 1998. The deed was then transferred to Alway's mother Michelle. One of the FBI spokespersons unveiled, "Since moving from FBI Headquarters to his new role in Los Angeles (as Assistant Director in-charge), Alway has not been involved in this investigation, which largely predates his time in the Los Angeles Division." Both Alway and his mother share 50-50 ownership of the home.