Judge Tells Bethenny Frankel’s Daughter To See A Psychologist
This week, a Manhattan judge said they wanted Bethenny Frankel’s daughter to see a psychologist, though the custody agreement between her and her ex will still remain.
The couple appeared in court this week, where Bethenny’s lawyers brought up ex Jason Hoppy’s recent stalking charges. However his attorneys claimed that Bethenny didn’t actually care about their 7-year-old’s best interests.
Judge Michael Katz said that while “on the surface it appears the child is doing well,” he wants an undated evaluation from a psychiatrist to ensure the parents’ venom isn’t warping her youth.
“What is very clear to me is that there is a terrible environment for communication between the parties,” Katz noted.
“This is a case where joint custody is just not viable,” Frankel’s attorney, Allan Mayefsky, told Katz earlier Thursday. “The harassment, the stalking, the 500 emails in 90 days, in which he called her a ‘sad, miserable, bitter old woman,’ and said, ‘I’ll pray for you,’ while asking about life insurance — a veiled threat — there’s no way these parties can be joint custodians.”
H/T: Page Six