Sutton Stracke says she's studying for the LSATs after being 'inspired' by ...

Sutton Stracke says she's studying for the LSATs after being 'inspired' by ...
Sutton Stracke says she's studying for the LSATs after being 'inspired' by ...

The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Sutton Stracke is beginning to study for a career in law after a season spent discussing Erika Jayne's legal scandal.  

In an interview with Page Six, the 50-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star explained that she was galvanized by the heavy focus on Jayne's controversy during the show's 11th season.

'I am starting to study with the Princeton Review for my LSATs that I'm going to take. I got a little inspired,' Stracke said.

Legal ambitions: Sutton Stracke has revealed that she is planning to embark on a new career in law after becoming embroiled in costar Erika Jayne's embezzlement scandal

Legal ambitions: Sutton Stracke has revealed that she is planning to embark on a new career in law after becoming embroiled in costar Erika Jayne's embezzlement scandal

In December, Erika was named as a defendant along with her 82-year-old estranged husband Tom Girardi in a federal lawsuit alleging the couple embezzled funds intended for the families of the Lion Air 610 plane crash victims.

The Georgia native admitted that discussing the ongoing controversy on screen took its toll on her and her fellow cast members. 

'It was a lot,' Stracke said. 'I think when we kind of finished, I was really exhausted and really tired of talking about legal stuff.'  

Inspired: In an interview with the New York Post, the 50-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star explained that she was galvanized by the heavy focus on Jayne's legal woes during the show's 11th season

Inspired: In an interview with the New York Post, the 50-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star explained that she was galvanized by the heavy focus on Jayne's legal woes during the show's 11th season

However, Sutton told Page Six that she had originally aspired to become a lawyer while attending Converse College in South Carolina. 

'When I went to college, I wanted to go to law school. I studied political science,' said Stracke. 'That was my plan.' 

Sutton eventually moved to New York to purse a career in dance and served as the associate director of development in charge of fundraising for the Cunningham Dance Foundation.

Career goals:  Sutton told Page Six that she had originally aspired to become a lawyer while attending Converse College in South Carolina. Seen in 2019

Career goals:  Sutton told Page Six that she had originally aspired to become a lawyer while attending Converse College in South Carolina. Seen in 2019

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