'RHONY' Bethenny Frankel Court Defeat, Ramona Singer Divorce Update [RECAP]
Things are not going great for Real Housewives of New York City stars Ramona Singer and Bethenny Frankel. Bethenny was recently ordered to pay her ex-husband's legal bills for court. Meanwhile, Ramona Singer is undergoing her own issues, as she divorces husband Mario Singer. Don't panic, RHONY fans. We've got a recap of the latest updates!
For someone who has achieved so much, Bethenny Frankel has been dealing with her fair share of losses as of late.
Not only did she lose her Ellen-produced talk show, but she also lost some serious cash in court. According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, Bethenny will have to pay for Jason's attorneys, as well as additional charges:
"Adding to his court-ordered relief, Frankel will be forced to pay him $11,858.42 per month as temporary maintenance beginning this month. She'll also pay him a temporary base child support of $3,000 for their daughter Bryn, 5, as well as 97% of Bryn's preschool tuition (which is $600 per month), medical expenses, and other extracurricular expenses (around $900 per month), according to the documents."
Bethenny isn't the only housewife to find herself in court.
Fellow castmate Ramona Singer is also in the midst of a divorce, and it seems like her estranged husband is out to get every penny he can.
In fact, Daily News tells readers that Ramona and Mario's divorce is proving to be especially nasty:
"Real Housewives of New York star Ramona Singer is caught in the middle of a messy divorce from husband Mario, who is trying to take her to the cleaners. But friends of the embattled reality star tell Confidenti@l not to worry, she'll come out OK...Insiders reveal that Mario is doing everything he can to get as much money and property from Singer, which is why she is not fully lending her name to the AOA Bar & Grill at 35 Sixth Ave. in Tribeca, an eatery she invested a 'small amount' in."
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