Bethenny Frankels ex-husband Jason Hoppy e-mailing, harassing her new boyfriend
25 November 2016 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
New York City, NY, United States (4E) – Jason Hoppy , the ex-husband of Bethenny Frankel , is said to be harassing and won’t stop e-mailing the new boyfriend of the “Real Housewives of New York” reality star.
The new boyfriend of Frankel , Dennis Shields, and the reality star are said to be considering to take the matter to court. The attorney of Shields reportedly penned a letter to Hoppy noting that the emails increased in frequency and hostility. Accordingly, Hoppy sent Shields around 50 emails for the past two months and that Frankel was originally the only recipient of the messages. Later, Hoppy decided to carbon copy Shields.
In the emails, Hoppy slammed Frankel and warned Shield that his ex-wife is a revolving door of men. Hoppy added that Shields will be gone soon in the life of Frankel . He also told Shields that Franke is an ugly, old, and irrelevant woman.
Hoppy released a statement regarding the emails saying that he emailed Shield because he is a concerned father and he has to contact others when he cannot reach his daughter via Frankel . He added, "I have no choice but to have some type of relationship with him."
Frankel and Hoppy have separated nearly four years ago and they finalized their divorce in July this year.
It is unclear if Frankel and Shields will really be seeking legal relief over the matter. More on Frankel , she has been busy with her business regarding her company called Skinnygirl , which includes products like lunch meats, granola bars, candies, and shapewear .
Frankel is reportedly planning to adopt a child. It is believe that she would want to adopt the five-year-old girl who was left by her father at a bus terminal in New York. She tweeted on Twitter, “How do I adopt this child?” The child’s mother was said to be killed by her father. Friends of Frankel say that she is serious about the adoption.
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