Television's most famous jurist is getting a taste of what it's like to be on the other side of the bench.
Judith Sheindlin -- you know her as Judge Judy -- is the target of a lawsuit over some fine china at the heart of a divorce settlement.
The lawsuit accuses "Judge Judy" producer Randy Douthit and Sheindlin of entering into a fraudulent scheme to cheat Douthit's ex-wife Patric Jones out of her expensive Christofle china and flatware in the divorce.
According to TMZ, Jones said the tableware is valued at more than $500,000. The lawsuit alleges Douthit sold Sheindlin the tableware for just $50,000, without Jones's consent, in order to avoid a big divorce payout.
Jones wants either the china or the $500,000 from the judge.
But Sheindlin isn't playing ball, dismissing the suit in a curt statement:
I have not seen any complaint by the former Mrs. Douthit, however, I don't owe this lady a cent. And if this 50-year-old woman would spend her time more productively at trying to find a job, instead of abusing the judicial system with frivolous lawsuits, we would all be a lot better off.