Bethenny Frankel Stated ‘Bad Mother’ By Ex-Husband Jason Hoppy’s Neighbors
Bethenny Frankel and her ex-husband Jason Hoppy has been striving over their 5-year-old daughter Bryn’s custody for the last three years, and now more custody litigation are ought to come up, as new reports claim that the Skinnygirl founder is a ‘bad mother’ to her child. Read on the scoop in details.
The custody battle between Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy has been filed for last three year while the ex-couple is allegedly seen often in court, but new evidence seems to heat up the battle even more. Hoppy has gathered up an assist from neighbors in the Manhattan apartment complex, which raises questions about Frankel’s duties as a mother.
According to Radar Online, an insider near to the affair has reported that Hoppy presently “gearing up for a new round of custody hearings.” Meanwhile, Hoppy has convinced his former neighbors to write letter to the judge, whereby “They’ve called her a bad mother who isn’t there for her child,” the source stated. “They despise Bethenny.”
Meanwhile, Hoppy’s lawyer Bernard Clair tells Life & Style, that Hoppy as a dad is just trying to protect their daughter Bryn from Bethenny Frankel’s “inability or unwillingness to put a clamp on uninvited media attention.”
As far as Bethenny Frankel is a concern, in a recent interview with Business Insiders, while promoting her new line of Skinnygirl snacks in New York City, she mentioned that she is working hard to be a better mother managing her own brand and reality TV show.
“As far as professional and motherhood, when I’m working, I’m completely working and I’m focused, when I’m with my daughter, I’m completely focused on that and I’m not working,” Frankel said.
Though we have to wait and watch the latest development, to find out whether Bethenny Frankel is right or her neighbors. But it is certainly clear that Hoppy has loads of money, as he was lately awarded a sum of $100,000 as legal fees from his ex-wife Frankel and he is definitely going to take a toll on the present custody issues.
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