On Friday, Jan. 17, the New York Times reported that former Real Housewives of New York star, Bethenny Frankel and her estranged husband, Jason Hoppy were back in court for their nasty divorce battle. Frankel allegedly requested that the judge issue an order evicting Hoppy from their Manhattan apartment.
The estranged couple has continued to live together in the 3,400 square foot Tribeca pad a source revealed adding that both Frankel and Hoppy are refusing to leave. Appearing in the Manhattan Superior Court on Friday, Bethenny Frankel made the formal request that would see Hoppy thrown out of the apartment he’s fought so hard to keep.
Jason Hoppy on the other hand wants the judge to issue an order that would prevent Bethenny Frankel from involving her boyfriend, Michael Cerussi III with their three year-old daughter, Bryn.
Cerussi has had his own secrets let out of the proverbial bag. He was accused along with a fraternity brother of raping a classmate of theirs in 2000. Cerussi vehemently denies the allegations and even filed a lawsuit against the school and the woman in an attempt to maintain his innocence.
A source close to Frankel’s estranged husband revealed, “Jason had previously asked a judge to issue an order prohibiting Bethenny from having any of her boyfriends around Bryn. The judge denied Jason’s request before, citing the fact that there was no evidence that being around her mother’s boyfriends harmed her.”
“Jason would like to get the divorce and custody settled, once and for all. Bethenny is making it impossible. He just can’t understand why Bethenny has no problem parading men through Bryn’s life at such a young age, especially since Bethenny complained her mother did the same thing when she was a child.”
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