Fans Plans to Boycott Erika Jayne's Hair Extension Line

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Lindsay Cronin

Erika Jayne is under fire on Twitter.

After confirming to PEOPLE magazine on Thursday, December 2, that she will be releasing a new line of luxury hair extensions later this month, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was met with criticism online as a number of people vowed not to buy her products.

"[Erika Jayne] caps off ‘interesting year’ by launching hair extension line," the Brightly fan account on Twitter shared with their fans and followers in a tweet.

And the response was intense.

Accused of Embezzling Millions

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Following the sharing of the message, Brightly's account was flooded with messages from irritated Twitter users, many of whom don't like the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member due to the allegations of embezzlement that were made against her and her husband, Thomas Girardi, last year.

As fans will recall, the couple was accused of stealing millions of dollars in settlement money from widows and orphans of the victims of the 2018 Lion Air plane crash in Indonesia at the end of last year.

Won't Buy Jayne's New Product

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"NOPE, no thank you, not gonna help employ the thief!" one Twitter user wrote in response to the news of her hair extension line.

"No thanks you never buy a thing from her!" another agreed.

"For Pete’s sake, no way would I help her in any financial venture," shared a third.

Another person said they wouldn't urinate on Jayne if she were on fire before nothing that there was no way [they] would buy a thing from her."

"I don’t want it," someone else added.

Funding Questions

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As the comments continued to flood Brightly's page, some people wondered who was funding Jayne's new business.

"I thought she was broke & couldn't pay back victims the money she spent, knowingly or not, that belonged to them. But she has the money and the gall to start a business? I mean...... u think that chapel in her & Tom's house imploded?" one person wondered.

In addition to the embezzlement accusations, Jayne was accused of accepting transfers from Girardi's law firm that were meant for other clients and sued for $25 million.

Production on 'RHOBH' Season 12

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Jayne and her cast mates began filming the upcoming 12th season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in October, just after wrapping a four-part reunion special.

Since then, Jayne has been photographed with her cast mates on a number of different occasions, including a trip to Mexico, at the birthday of her co-star, Garcelle Beauvais, in Los Angeles, and at Kyle Richards' store opening in Palm Springs.

No word yet on when The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 will premiere on Bravo.