The divorce between Bethenny Frankel, of the Real DrunkMesses New York City, and Jason Hoppy was finally finalized last year after a messy 4-year-long fight, but it looks like the smegma-covered drama lives on. Page Six says that Jason was arrested on Friday and charged with harassing and stalking his ex-wife. Jason reportedly showed up to their 6-year-old daughter’s school and screamed, “I will destroy you,” at Bethenny. Now, I love some Dynasty-like drama that involves a crazy bitch vowing to destroy another, but it kind of ruins the moment when there’s little kids around. Alexis Carrington taught me that when you say the words, “I will destroy you,” you should pause for a second afterward for maximum dramatic effect and it’s kind of hard to do that when children are crying.
Bethenny’s current man Dennis Shields reportedly got his lawyers to hit Jason Hoppy with a cease and desist last November after Jason sent out several crazy e-mails. Jason directed his e-mail rage at Bethenny, but CC’d Dennis on all of them. Jason allegedly paid no attention to that cease and desist and kept the insanity going by continuing to e-mail and FaceTime Bethenny. And on Friday morning, Jason reportedly took his Lifetime movie shenanigans to another level by threatening Bethenny at their daughter’s school. A rep for the NYDP gave this statement to Page Six:
“On Friday, January 27, the suspect approached her and a friend at her child’s school at around 8:15 a.m. and tried to provoke a fight. He said, ‘I will destroy you, you can get all the lawyers you want, you’ve been warned.’”
And I bet that after Jason mouth sharted out that, “I will destroy you,” line, he whispered in Bethenny’s ear, “But can you, like, give me $25k, because if I’m going to plot to destroy you, I’m really not going to have time to get a job.”
The Great Value Scott Disick was arrested at his apartment on Friday afternoon. He denies the charges and his lawyer tells Page Six that he’s saddened over Bethenny’s “unjustified actions.”
I have watched many episodes of Bethenny Ever After and every episode of Real Housewives of New York City (I know, no wonder my brain is like this), and Bethenny comes off as a vindictive, conniving mess. So if this story is true, then congratulations, Jason Hoppy, you’ve managed to out-crazy Bethenny Frankel. I’m sure Bravo will reward you by giving you a show and I’m sure that show will be called Not-So-Hoppily Ever After.