'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Star Erika Jayne Shares 'Casual' Nude Pic

Erika Jayne can’t be tamed! The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star shared an Instagram photo of her bare backside on Thursday, June 20 — and that wasn’t all she showed off.

“Business casual,” the Dancing With the Stars alum, 47, wrote alongside a nude photo of herself standing with her back to the camera as she chatted with two men and a woman. Hours prior, Jayne also posted two other NSFW photos to her page.


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“#Repost @celestebarber ・・Tequila made me do it. #celestechallengeaccepted #celestebarber #funny,” she captioned another pic that showed her fully naked in nothing but high heels with stars covering her private parts.

Jayne added on a third picture that showed her lounging on a chair in a barely there swimsuit and strappy stilettos: “Mykonos sunrise..”

The “Roller Coaster” singer is seemingly in good spirits amid ongoing drama with Lisa Vanderpump who suggested in a May episode of the hit Bravo show that Jayne is transgender. “Just don’t ask me if Erika’s tucking or something like that because there are some things I can’t lie about,” the SUR owner, 58, quipped at the time.

Jayne reacted to the controversial comments by retweeting a post from former I Am Cait star Candis Cayne which read: “Oh come on @lisavanderpump joking about @erikajayne ‘tucking’ Ugly Trans jokes marginalizing our community are not acceptable. Being an ally doesn’t give you a free pass to make transphobic remarks. Do better.”

Vanderpump, for her part, spoke out about her remarks in a statement to Us Weekly one day after the episode aired.

“It was not my intention to belittle the trans community with my poor choice of words directed toward Erika. I have nothing but respect and love for trans people around the world, as I have been a staunch supporter, provided employment, offered emotional support and championed LGBTQ issues,” she said. “With recent news of trans women losing their lives for living their authentic truth in a world of discrimination and hate, I never want to diminish the very real pain and struggle that trans people go through every day.”

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