Bethenny Frankel's ex, Jason Hoppy, was captured for purportedly stalking and bugging her. Frankel documented a police protest after Hoppy appeared at their 6-year-old little girl's school and debilitated her and her new lover, Dennis Shields, on Friday, January 27.
As per Frankel's grievance, she was verbally assaulted by Hoppy in the wake of dropping off her little girl to class. Hoppy undermined Frankel by shouting at her that he would "annihilate" her. He additionally moved toward Frankel and Shields to state, "Affirm I see. This is the manner by which you need. Affirm. You can play your diversion. It doesn't make a difference. You can get 10 legal counselors. There's nothing you can do to stop me. You'll be sad. You've been cautioned. I can't help it. She's immaculate shrewdness. You've been cautioned. Try not to state I didn't caution you."
Hoppy was later captured in his Manhattan condo at twelve, just four hours after the episode. Before the occurrence, Hoppy had sent his ex more than 150 messages in under three months and made various FaceTime calls. Through those messages and calls, the agent disclosed to Frankel that "he would not leave" and "he had no way out but rather to go extremes."
A NYPD representative said that Hoppy was accused of badgering in the second degree and stalking in the fourth degree for reaching the "female casualty various circumstances through email and FaceTime and in addition moving toward her and making verbal dangers." And Frankel was conceded a controlling request that requires Hoppy to avoid his ex's home, place of business and their little girl's school for six months. He's likewise not permitted to make any correspondence with Frankel.
Hoppy's legal advisor, Robert C. Gottlieb, reacted to the charges squeezed against his customer with an announcement, "There are no words to express how disheartened Mr. Hoppy is over his ex's unjustified activities. His exclusive concern is his little girl and means to enthusiastically battle these false charges."
Frankel and Hoppy finished their marriage in 2012. Frankel expressed that she "persevered years of mental and mental manhandle" all through the marriage. She additionally once stated, "I have cried enough tears to fill the Hudson River. I'd think, how could this continue for so long? Four years on a two-year marriage!"