Bethenny Frankel Is Going For Full Custody Of Her Daughter

December 13, 2017 / Posted by:

In case you were worried about what to do with all your free time now that it looked like Bethenny Frankel was heading to a divorce agreement with her ex-husband Jason Hoppy, fret not: this thing still rages on!

People reports Bethenny is going to send the Skinnygirl Army on Jason (aka take his ass to court) and sue him for full custody of their daughter, Bryn. In my head, a legal summons from Bethenny involves a subpoena carefully tucked away in a basket stocked with Skinnygirl Margarita bottles and those cardboard-tasting Skinnygirl granola bars that are always near the cash register at my local SmoothieKing.

This latest bit of new comes less than two months after it seemed like they had reached a deal with that minor little stalking and harassing claim she had against Jason early this year. Their divorce was finalized in July of last year, but Page Six says Bethenny reopened the case on December 6.

Their divorce first got cracking in December of 2012, and the road has been rough ever since. Bethenny brought charges against Jason in January after she said he threatened her at Bryn’s school. He agreed to a plea deal, where he basically has to steer clear of Bethenny for six months if he wants the charges dropped.

With the custody battle a-brewing, Jason and Bethenny are both due in court next month, which reaffirms Bethenny’s lead spot on the Real Housewives Of New York reunion couch. This means that Jill Zarin is probably wishing that nothing exciting or turtle time-y happens in Ramona Singer’s life so she can have a shot at a RHONY resurrection!


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