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Bethenny Frankel's dirty divorce: Throwing water and 'witch' calling

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Bethenny Frankel hasn't talked about her divorce much in the media lately, even though she filed for divorce over a year ago. She has been trying to focus on her business and her career after her talk show ended. She has written a children's book, “Cookie and Peanut,” and she has been creating new Skinnygirl snacks to her business. According to a new Radar Online report published on June 5, Bethenny Frankel's dirty divorce is now playing out in court.

Frankel and her estranged husband are often headed to court to fight for custody of their shared child, Bryn Hoppy. Bethenny wanted full custody of Bryn, but Jason wanted shared custody. Now, this part of the divorce has been settled, as Bethenny has agreed to share custody of their daughter. As of right now, the two parents will co-parent her and share custody, which will only seem fair.

“My client is delighted that this custody dispute has been resolved; that his co-parenting status has been acknowledged; that the parties’ child will have the benefit of being raised by both parents; and most importantly, that his daughter will no longer be at the mercy of a high profile courtroom battle,” said Bernard Clair, Hoppy’s attorney, in a statement. Because of the attention this divorce has gotten, details will remain confidential.

Dirty details were released in court as they both headed in to fight for their shared daughter. Bethenny claimed that Jason would use their daughter Bryn in arguments, trying to make her dislike her mother. Jason, on the other hand, claimed that Bethenny was furious with Jason and threw water at him while he was sleeping. It sounds like it hasn't been a happy home.

“He would sit with Bryn and look over and say . . . ‘You be the princess, I’ll be the prince, Mommy will be the witch,’” Frankel, 43, testified in divorce court. She admitted to throwing the water, but it sounds like she didn't want this to be held against her. She did, however, have a long list of things she felt he was doing wrong. Do you think this is fair? Do you think they can work things out and settle their divorce peacefully for the sake of Bryn?