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Secret Service agent who once helped Hunter Biden get bribed by Real Housewife: lawsuit

‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Erika Jayne conspired with a Secret Service agent who allegedly had ties to Hunter Biden – to pursue bogus credit card fraud charges against her former costume designer, lawsuit alleges $18 million explosive.

Christopher Psaila has accused Jayne, 52, of filing fraudulent claims with American Express and, through her husband, Tom Girardi, of bribing Secret Service agent Robert Savage III for “arm” the agency and unfairly prosecute the designer for legitimate charges he charged her in 2015 and 2016, according to the lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Central California.

Text messages labeled as from Robert Savage III were reportedly found on the first son’s abandoned laptop.

Savage’s attorney insisted to the Post that “my client has never met or communicated with Hunter Biden.”

Psaila said he billed Jayne more than $900,000 for clothes and other services as she pursued a singing career from 2014 to 2016.

The cash-strapped Girardis then allegedly conspired with Savage and other agents to pursue the false criminal allegations so he could recover their money, according to the lawsuit.

Former ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star Erika Jayne, 52, is being sued by her former costume designer.
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A ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star has bribed a Secret Service agent who once provided critical assistance to Hunter Biden as part of a scheme to fabricate false charges against his costume designer.
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Disbarred attorney Girardi, 83, who would battle Alzheimer’s disease and face federal criminal charges in Chicago and Los Angeles for allegedly stealing client funds, was a personal friend of Savage and promised him $100,000 “when the Secret Service began the investigation”. according to court documents.

Jayne and Psaila’s relationship soured in December 2016 when she accused him of overcharging her.

Around the same time, Tom Girardi, who is not named as a defendant, bribed Savage by representing him in a civil lawsuit against Volkswagen over faulty minivan brakes – and paying him $7,500 to cover his damages, according to court documents.

Secret Service agents connected Jayne with a “secret recorder” to a meeting with Psaila the same month during which they reviewed their payment history, according to court documents. Psaila admitted no wrongdoing in the recording.

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Christopher Psaila has accused Jayne of filing fraudulent refund claims with American Express and, through her husband, Tom Girardi.
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“Erika (Jayne) used the Secret Service and AMEX to implement an illicit private collection scheme to extort money from plaintiff Chris Psaila,” the suit states.

Psaila was charged with wire fraud and aggravated identity theft in 2017, but the case was dismissed in 2021.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles U.S. Attorney’s Office told the Los Angeles Times in February that the case was dropped due to “problems with the preservation of evidence by law enforcement.”

Although the charges went nowhere, Psaila said in court documents that the investigation destroyed his business, prevented him and his husband from adopting a child and interfered with his ability to care for of her father, who was dying of pancreatic cancer.

The suit also names former Secret Service agent Robert Savage, who allegedly had ties to Hunter Biden.
The suit also names former Secret Service agent Robert Savage, who allegedly had ties to Hunter Biden.

“The independent federal prosecutors in the U.S. Attorney’s Office made the decision to charge the plaintiff with crimes, and no one else,” Evan Borges, Jayne’s attorney, told NBC News.

“The idea that Erika controlled the US government, or for that matter a Fortune 100 company such as American Express, is a fantasy.”

With post wires


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