Life isn’t always fair – especially if you are Jules Wainstein.
Not only did her vertically-challenged husband, Michael, carry on an affair while she was filming her season of The Real Housewives of New York, now Jules is saying she and the children are facing eviction while her estranged husband is out partying.
“We wonder how he’s paying his expenses, your honor, he seems to be doing OK, living fine…traveling to Florida, hosting dinners,” Allen Mayefsky, divorce lawyer for Jules said in a Manhattan courtroom on Wednesday.
Michael Wainstein owns $20,000 in child support; $33,900 for their kids’ private school; and $34,190 in back rent, according to Page Six.
“There are eviction notices outstanding for my client’s two floors of residence — not the third floor, which is [the husband’s],” Mayefsky told the Judge.
Jules’ attorney questioned why Michael is throwing lavish Jewish Sabbath parties and pursuing a pilot’s license in Florida.
“Why are we pursing pilot’s license instead of paying child support?” Mayefsky asked the Judge.
Michael’s attorney denied this claim and the judge ordered him to pay Jules $25,000. A court date was also set for next month to determine if Michael will face jail time or pay a fine for “allegedly stiffing his family.”