Erika Jayne is defending her police officer son, Tommy Zizzo, on Twitter.
As the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star continues to face backlash online over crimes allegedly committed by her and her estranged husband, Thomas Girardi, Erika spoke out against a social media user who said they would work for free as a prosecutor just to “f-ck” Erika in court and slammed Tommy as a “p-ssy.”
“It would be a pleasure to help prosecute you b-tch,” the man wrote, in part.
“Stop hiding behind your dog you b-tch. Call my son , a policeman, a p-ssy again and see how well you do,” Erika replied to the shocking comment, accusing the man of also making the disparaging remark against her adult child.
Erika also took aim at the many reported lawyers who continue to discuss her case publicly.
“Can all the ‘lawyers’ on here commenting please do something productive like bill your clients?” she asked. “This reality TV sh-t it beneath you. Thanks.”
Then, when someone pointed out that, as a lawyer, they wouldn’t comment on issues they know “very little about,” and noted that they were fortunate enough not to be in a billable hours position, Erika suggested reality television should be “beneath” them, regardless of how they bill clients.
During a deleted scenes from a recent episode of RHOBH, during which Erika revealed her son had given her “objective advice” and not been emotional about the legal scandal she and Thomas are currently in the midst of, she applauded Tommy as a good man.
“He doesn’t baby his mother. He doesn’t sugarcoat sh-t. He always says, ‘You know mom, I love you. You’ll be okay,’” she told co-star Kyle Richards. “When I’ve laid my problems and I’ve said, ‘Look, this is what’s happening, this is what’s going on,’ he would say, ‘This is what I want you to remember: You’re going to dig your heels in, clear your name, call me later. Why are you going to let this define your life, mom? You cannot let that happen.’ He’s correct.”
After the clip was shared on Twitter, Erika was met with another troll, who also labeled Tommy as a “p-ssy” and said she would “cry laughing” if he was ultimately forced to “put the cuffs” on his mother.
“Imagine a ‘prosecutor’ calling a police officer a p-ssy on Twitter… You think I don’t see you,” she wrote.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.