Judge Judy is allegedly being sued because she bought china from one of her producers. Generally, this would not be an issue, however, when there is a divorce and the china is in dispute it should be sold, let alone allegedly sold at an undervalued price. (http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/03/12/report-judge-judy-sued-over-expensive-dishes/)
According to TMZ, a producer of the Judge Judy show (which I love watching), sold to the Honorable Judge Sheindlin china plates and other accessories at a bargain price, while the producer was going through a divorce.
Whether or not this is a frivolous lawsuit, it is important to remember that if you are involved in a divorce matter you have to make sure you do not sell marital property without the consent of the other spouse. Divorce can be a contentious and bitter experience for some and sometimes third parties may be dragged into the divorce for one reason or another.