Bethenny Frankel And Heather Thomson Encircle Themselves In Legal Issues Related To Their Brands
Bethenny Frankel, who is known for her brand “Skinnygirl Cocktails,” has decided to make her comeback to the “The Real Housewives of New York.” She is reportedly coming back after four seasons of being out from the series. Meanwhile, she, with her friend Heather Thomson, is all set to take legal action against those people who have hurt their respective businesses. Continue reading to know more about their legal issues.
According to US Weekly, the 45-year-old Thomson is looking to terminate the manager of her company, Eric Rothfeld. She claimed that he barred the filming of “The Real Housewives of New York” in the company’s office. She even claimed that his decision had resulted in lost revenue.
“Our lawyers have asked me not to talk about the case until it is resolved. All we can hope for is a speedy result so I can get back to the business of running this wonderful brand,” Thomson exclusively told the publication.
The outlet also reported that since Rothfeld is a partial owner of her brand “Yummie” that deals with shapewear and athletic wear merchandise, she is finding it harder in removing him and hire someone else.
On the other hand, the 44-year-old Frankel is continuing her legal battles to defend her own brand she founded in 2009. As reported by TMZ, her highly successful brand is a sort of under attack by a copycat and she is trying to sue Stacey Labarge and Travis, claiming that their brand “Skinnygirl Tea” is just a imitation of her brand.
According to Star Pulse, through her recent tweet – “If I chose to leave the spotlight & hit rock bottom, I wouldn’t want the world knowing a play by play of every single detail…” – she tried to criticize how the media has made Lamar Odom’s accident just a big issue.
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