A Judge Orders Bethenny Frankel To Stop Wearing Her 4-Year-Old Daughter’s Pajamas

October 3, 2014 / Posted by:

Back in July, The Joker’s long-lost sister Bethenny Frankel posted a picture of herself wearing her 4-year-old daughter’s Hello Kitty pajamas to Instagram, and in general, the people of the internet liked it as much as a chicken fart in a crowded elevator. And it turns out one of those people was Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Ellen Gesmer. Bethenny was back in divorce court on Thursday to continue that messy Kramer vs. Joker-faced Kramer custody battle she’s got going on with her estranged husband Jason Hoppy. According to the NY Daily News, that’s when the judge took a swipe at the premixed cocktail tycoon for being a dumb attention whore. Bless you, Judge Ellen Gesmer.

Judge Gesmer told Bethenny’s lawyer Allan MayefskyNo more pajamas!” – which is really a lot of fun to say if you say it like Faye Dunaway in Mommie Dearest – to which he responded that it was done as a joke. That’s when Judge Gesmer, who’s clearly neither the one nor a Bethenny fan (but really, who was?), hissed:

“It’s not a joke. Her child is not a joke.”

Although I’m sure what she really meant to say was:

“This skinny bitch needs to STAHP!”

But Judge Gesmer really should have been more specific; “No more pajamas” just means no more pajamas. Bethenny is a thirsty attention whore, so you know it’s only a matter of time before she puts on a pair of her 4-year-old daughter’s Gap Kids jeans and posts a picture to Instagram with the caption: “OMG can u believe I can fit into my daughter’s jeans? So crazy! Who wants to see if I can fit into her bikini next?

What Judge Gesmer should have done was covered all her bases. Instead of “No more pajamas“, she should have said: “No more pajamas, clothes, underwear, old toddler clothes, old baby clothes, or American Girl doll clothes.

Here’s Bethenny picking her kid up from school the other day. Remember that pink and black dress! We’ll probably see it on Bethenny very soon.

Pics: Instagram, Wenn.com

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