Bethenny Frankel had her feud with former friend and “Real Housewives of New York” co-star Carole Radziwill bared in Manhattan court Monday.
During Frankel’s custody-battle appearance, the reality TV star — who has accused ex-husband Jason Hoppy of abuse — was grilled about her liberal use of the word “harassment” in court.
Frankel’s ex’s lawyer, Robert Wallack, asked her if she considered it harassment when Radziwill trash-talked her by calling her “a master of public promotion” and “quick to insult.”
Frankel, 48, shot back, “I don’t think that’s harassment, no. That’s a comment, that’s not calling me a name.”
The lawyer then cited a Sept. 5 appearance on TV’s “Live with Andy Cohen” in which Frankel name-called Carole.
“When you called Carole a b—h and a f–king moron, was that harassing her?” Wallack asked.
The judge eventually stopped Frankel from answering, telling the lawyer to keep his questions to “the relationship between Mr. Hoppy and Ms. Frankel.”
Frankel and Hoppy, who split in 2012, are duking it out over custody of their 9-year-old daughter, Bryn.
Frankel has accused her ex in court of sending her “harassing” e-mails along with manhandling their daughter and abusing their dog.
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