Bethenny Frankel’s former hubby Jason Hoppy, whom the star accused of harassing and stalking her might be able to get a plea bargain as long as he promises to stay away from his ex. Reportedly, he’ll receive an Adjournment in Contemplation of Dismissal (ACD) on Monday, which means that he is ordered to stay far away from Frankel for the next six months.
If Jason Hoppy manages to follow the ACD as well as obey every law for that period of time, the charges against him are to be dismissed.
However, if, on the contrary, he harasses the Real Housewives of New York star again, he will be in some big trouble with the law.
As fans of the show may remember, Jason Hoppy was arrested back in November after threatening his ex.
‘I will destroy you, you can get all the lawyers you want, you’ve been warned,’ the man reportedly told Frankel.
The 46-year-old Frankel also revealed that he sent her hundreds of messages and email as well as called her on FaceTime a few times.
Jason and Bethenny were married for nearly three years and are the parents of 7-year-old daughter Bryn.
Frankel has admitted more than once that she is very scared of her ex and fears what might happen after the six months are over.
‘It has been a very negative situation. It has been a very negative, inexplicable situation that is now hopefully getting better. You cannot even imagine the torment this has been. There is no way to describe it. I just stifled it because if I let any of it out, I am just gonna totally break down. I cannot even believe this happened to me,’ the reality TV star previously told Andy Cohen.