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Erika Jayne mystified over sexy lingerie in auction that's not hers

Memorabilia belonging to Erika Jayne is being sold in a bid to help her estranged husband Tom Girardi, 82, pay off creditors in his ongoing financial woes.

However, TMZ reports that the 50-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has been left mystified over a few of the items, and is claiming some don't belong to her - including a set of racy underwear.

Sources tell the outlet that at least two separate pieces of lingerie featured in the auction do not belong to Jayne, including a red Agent Provocateur set in a size 3 and a medium black lace top.

Both items are reportedly brand new with the tags still on them along with a receipt to Tom, and the source adds that Erika is now wondering who the items were actually intended for.

On an episode of RHOBH in July, Jayne accused Girardi of cheating on her, claiming that he didn't deny it either. She said on the show that Girardi gave 'not one [f****]' about his alleged infidelities.

Girardi is currently facing claims of allegedly embezzling settlement funds that were meant to help the families of plane crash victims, and involuntary bankruptcy cases were filed against him and his law firm.

UsWeekly reported Monday that Jayne has been indirectly helping Girardi's law firm Girardi Keese pay off creditors, as they auction off memorabilia from the reality star.

The items have been described as 'Erika Jayne collectibles' and include signed copies of magazines and framed photo

s of Tom and Erika.

There is also said to be a Billboard plaque for the singer's 2009 track 'Roller Coaster' and the items are currently listed for $350.

Erika has not yet been charged with any crimes, but has been named in the bankruptcy case and class action lawsuit amid allegations her company received $20 million over the years from estranged husband Tom.

In December, Tom and his Girardi Keese law firm were sued for allegedly embezzling funds from families who lost loved ones during the 2018 Boeing plane crash.

That same month, Tom was sued by his business partners, which led to his chapter 7 bankruptcy petition; clients of the law firm are also suing him, alleging that their money was also misappropriated.

In March, the LA Times reported that there had been more than 100 lawsuits filed and multiple complaints made to the California State Bar against Girardi by disgruntled clients who alleged financial wrongdoing and theft between the 1980s and up until last year.

In June, Jayne had been 'ordered to turn over financial records' from her accountant, lawyer and landlord as part of the embezzlement investigation and a bankruptcy trustee is documenting the couple's assets.

It's been alleged that the split provided a way for the couple to embezzle funds and that Jayne had received 'tens of millions of dollars' from her husband's firm to fund her projects, Us Weekly reported in June.

Meanwhile, an investigator in the bankruptcy trial of Tom and Erika says he wants to take into account 'inconsistent statements' the reality star has made on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Investigator Ronald Richards told Us Weekly this month: 'There's a lot of inconsistent statements and admissions made by the non-scripted actors that we're putting together to use in court.'

Asked whether the attorney has seen 'a lot of inconsistencies with the story' being told on RHOBH in regards to Erika and Tom's lawsuit and financial woes, Richards said: 'That's correct.'

Richards added that his team is 'going to take discovery from people that used to work for her.'