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Amid the legal battle, Frankel has also been focusing much of her attention on Puerto Rico hurricane relief efforts. I don’t want to force it on her but she understands.
Dennis Shields, who's been dating Bethenny for a year, had his lawyer fire off a letter to her ex, Jason Hoppy, accusing him of sending him dozens of emails with "increasing frequency and hostility." Sources connected with Shields, who's the Chairman of Yield Street, say the emails are actually to Bethenny but Hoppy cc'd Shields. that Bethenny is ugly, old and irrelevant and Shields should run for the hills, like all her boyfriends before.
“My single life is just that: utterly single,” the Real Housewives of New York City star, 47, told Us Weekly exclusively at the launch of her OJG Skinnygirl Jeans launch in New York City on Tuesday, January 9. ”Frankel – who dated Dennis Shields on-and-off for over a year before she announced their split in May – is exploring different ways to meet romantic interests.
“A little online, a little [through] friends,” she told Us.
And with regards to her beloved apartment whose purchase and remodel was a big part of the past reality series "Bethenny Ever After" which starred both Bethenny and Hoppy, she confirmed to Access: "I'm not [living] in that, but I still own it."It has been widely reported that Hoppy still resides in the home they once shared, while Bethenny has gone on to purchase and remodel another (smaller) home in Soho in New York City for her and her daughter to live.
Bethenny: "I am happy."While her separation from Hoppy appears mired in issues of finances and family law -- of which she tried to make a light of during the interview, Bethenny said she is in a good place."Whatever is supposed to happen, happens. Bravo's "The Real Housewives of New York City” returns for Season 8 later on this year.
“But online is scary, the unknown.” While the businesswoman’s professional life is thriving with multiple brands, a television show and a charity under her belt, she notes that juggling so much does take its toll.