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Jason Hoppy Allegedly Wants To Get Bethenny Frankel Fired From RHONY!

The drama between Jason Hoppy and Bethenny Frankel continues. After getting charged and arrested for allegedly stalking and harassing his ex wife, a new report claims that Hoppy wants to get Frankel fired from The Real Housewives of New York City.

“He wants to get her FIRED,” a source told Radar Online. According to the insider, Hoppy is determined to make a name for himself in reality TV and to steal his ex-wife’s spotlight.

“He’s obsessed with her and still has pictures of her around his apartment,” the source continued. “He buys every magazine that she is in. He’s coming fame obsessed.”

“She’s not easy and he [learned] everything from her. He now has her passion for public attention and wants his own reality show.”

As previously reported, Hoppy was charged on January 27 for stalking and harassing the Skinnygirl mogul following an incident at their daughter’s school. Reports claim he attempted to start a fight with Frankel by hurling: “I will destroy you. You can get all the lawyers you want. You’ve been warned.”

Then, Hoppy allegedly said to Frankel’s boyfriend, who was also present that “she’s pure evil. You’ve been warned. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.” Frankel then reportedly told police she feared for her safety.

He had been sending her “hundreds” of emails and FaceTime calls, despite a cease and desist letter. But that’s not all. A source later revealed: “[Jason] has also been sending emails to her friends and business associates at Bravo!”

In October, Hoppy allegedly wrote to Frankel, “Your definition of harassment is comical. I will continue to communicate with you as I see fit.” On another occasion, he emailed asking for a copy of her life insurance policy. Frankel also claims that between November last year and Jan. 27, Hoppy sent her approximately 160 emails.

The couple’s divorce was finalized in 2016 after a vicious four year battle. Their shared apartment was a point of contention, as well as the custody of Bryn. Hoppy’s arraignment was listed as a domestic violence case. A temporary order of protection was issued and his bond was $2,000 cash (not posted). Hoppy is due in court on March 13.

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