‘China’ Lawsuit Against Judge Judy May Be Bogus

Exclusive 0314-judge-judy-christofle-gettyIt looks like the woman suing Judge Judy for more than half-a-million bucks for beaucoup expensive silverware and china may already be getting what she”s owed … and her lawsuit against the TV jurist might be bogus.
our sources broke the story … Patrice Jones — the ex-wife of Randy Douthit, Judge Judy”s producer — is suing Mrs. Sheindlin for $514,421.14, claiming a conspiracy in which Randy sold Judy the former couple”s expensive, Christofle china and flatware for $50,000 when it was actually worth more than 10 times that amount, and it was allegedly done to cheat her.

But according to divorce documents obtained by our sources … the items in question were purchased in 2003 for approximately $100,000.  The divorce judge valued the items in 2012 at $125,000 and plans to order Randy to pay Patrice half — $62,500.

Short story … by getting $62,500, Patrice wouldn”t be out a penny and would have no claim to the goods.

What”s more … the divorce judge slammed Patrice, saying at times during the case she “lacked integrity” and was “untruthful.”

Patrice”s lawyer, Perry Wander, tells our sources … the divorce judge”s ruling on the items in question was only tentative, and they”re determined to change the judge”s mind before the decision becomes final.   Wander adds, if the judge sticks to his guns, Patrice will appeal.

Judge Judy told our sources … Patrice needs to get a life, adding, “… this 50-year-old woman should spend her time more productively at trying to find a job.”