The reality TV star, Erika Jayne loses it when people slam her for going out on a shopping spree to TJ Maxx while the legal feuds deepen around her.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills diva was spotted shopping at TJ MAXX in Pasadena, California which wasn’t taken well among the social media users and they started trolling her mercilessly.

One of the social media users stated “shopping at TJ MAXX…with your assistant?… Optics EJ… you are smarter than this… This NOT winning.”

The starlet shot back at the trolls by lashing out stating “I shopped there for years. I also went to Petco and target. Stop overanalyzing my life.”

Erika Jayne is surrounded by legal woes as she is allegedly accused of misusing company funds of her former husband, Tom Girardi.

Jayne filed a divorce from her husband Tom Girardi but the couple is accused of acquiring huge amounts of money from the company funds. According to reports, $25 million was illegally given to Erika Jayne for personal use from the company’s official account.

The reality TV star was turned off by the merciless trolling on social media but she fought back. She posted her own GIF from the past season of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in which she was seen saying “go be offended at your life.” She captions the GIF as“still rings true.”

A social media user called her out by saying “her own worst enemy.” She calmly replied “relax, I’m trolling. It’s not that deep.” Another troll told her to hire a crisis management team in order to deal with the legal woes she is waist-deep in as she got an ample amount of money to waste.

Erika Jayne had come out previously this year to brush off the allegation against her, calling them rubbish. She stated “nobody wants to be in the position I’m in right now. It is really unenviable being the possible target of a federal criminal investigation is like, not cool. To have all those things said about you which are not true, and then to have everyone, basically, question everything. It’s lonely and it’s quiet and you would be shocked by how quickly people turn on you. How quickly people distance themselves from you. Automatically, they turn because they don’t want to be involved.”