Days after the Tuesday, June 25, episode aired, PK shared a screenshot that reads, “I create and I take risks. I live my passion. I am an entrepreneur.”
This is what I do!
Answer to the multiple questions about what I do,” PK, who works as Boy George’s manager, captioned the post via Instagram. “This is what I do…”
Kyle Richards’ husband, Mauricio Umansky, supported him, replying, “And you do it well.”
PK also shared a meme about talking behind someone’s back: “Keep talking s–t, you are making me famous.”
During Tuesday’s episode, Camille accused PK of owing “a lot of money” to someone “very close” to her. The former MTV dancer also questioned how the pair can afford to live a lavish lifestyle.
“I didn’t know where you were getting all this money from,” Camille said to Dorit. “I know things for certain.”
Dorit and PK made headlines earlier this year for various lawsuits against him. In February, the music manager was accused of owing $75,000 in gambling debt to a sports betting company in the U.K. According to The Blast, the case was dismissed.
In June, PK was accused of owing $1.2 million to a man named Nico Kirzis, who loaned him money eight years ago. As a result, Dorit’s husband, who has reportedly only paid Kirzis $250,000 thus far, was ordered to appear in court for an examination of his finances.
Dorit, for her part, sued by her Beverly Beach partner Ryan Horne in 2018 after he allegedly fronted $205,000 for her bathing suit line. After Horne claimed he was never paid back when the swimsuits turned a profit, Dorit counter-sued him. The Bravo starwith the legal drama during the season 9 cast trip to the Bahamas, called the situation “embarrassing” on What What Happens Live With Andy Cohen in April.
“I’m very comfortable with our position, but unfortunately my hands are tied,” she said at the time. “You can’t discuss legal issues when they are going on and I respect that.”
Dorit further addressed the duo’s financial situation on the RHOBHaftershow on Tuesday.
He owes him money
“PK’s affairs, and whoever’s coming out trying to say he owes him money, that is from another lifetime ago. It’s way before me, it’s way before his bankruptcy,” the designer said. “It’s at the height — and unfortunately, when you become public they come out of the woodworks and that’s exactly what’s happening. There’s far more to the story than what people think that they know, and there’s a lot that I can’t say, obviously, because it’s in the hands of the lawyers and where it should be.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Bravo Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET.