For better, for worse; for richer, for poorer? Here's what happens when a spouse is accused of graft

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The breakdown of Norma Mngoma's marriage to former finance minister Malusi Gigaba has played out publicly just like that of the reality star Erika Jayne to millionaire Tom Girardi. Lawyer Inga Macingwane explains what happens when your spouse is accused of a financial crime and you decide to divorce.
The breakdown of Norma Mngoma's marriage to former finance minister Malusi Gigaba has played out publicly just like that of the reality star Erika Jayne to millionaire Tom Girardi. Lawyer Inga Macingwane explains what happens when your spouse is accused of a financial crime and you decide to divorce.
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This wouldn't be the first time people speculate about the true source of a woman's riches, particularly when she is married to a seemingly powerful man.

"He's too rich for a lawyer," people said of Tom Girardi, husband of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Erika Jayne when she joined the show in its sixth season in 2015, inviting viewers into their lavish lives.

Even though she's a successful singer with hits, such as XXXPENSIVE and Get it Tonight with Flo Rida, her storyline still revolved around her 33-year-age-gap marriage with the fabulously wealthy lawyer.

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