Jayne continued to demand back support from her ex because she was the on-paper custodial parent despite not seeing her daughter for months at a time, and always having had access to more funds than he did, either through employment or sugar daddies. Sometimes these ran together, as her work as an executive liaison for the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) led her to meet and go home with many a rich attorney or real estate heir, once actually losing her wedding rings and quickly replacing them herself before her husband found out. Her co-workers, many of whom liked her husband, were mortified. She eventually married one of the sugar daddies:
Myron Garfield "Gar" Herring III
The MGHerring Group
5710 LBJ Freeway Suite 450
Dallas, Texas 75240
Jayne also often wins the PR war because her latest "Dallas charity circuit" move has had to do with mental illness and suicide prevention, proclaiming herself brave for going public with her own struggles with mental illness (though leaving out the severe anorexia that has clearly ravaged her body and likely caused three miscarriages) despite the fact that her ex-husband's same struggles were apparently unforgivable.
Fashion Stars for a Cause 2018: https://youtube.com/watch?v=RRgszwvCGGw#t=3m41s [Embed]
Her posthumous sliming of his reputation because he self-medicated is even more hypocritical when you know that she has admitted to taking as many as three Xanax a day for an extended period of time, which is WAY THE FUCK MORE than any responsible doctor would recommend, and a quick scan of her social media is all it would take to see that she's regularly washing them down with lots of wine, as if that's never killed the American housewife. https://www.facebook.com/JaynieMarie7/posts/10159972416665433
Take it from me: this happens in Beverly Hills, in Manhattan, in Telluride, in Sun Valley, in Palm Beach County, in Dallas - rich people can find a psychiatrist who is basically running a pill mill and get whatever meds they want. Consistent double standard.