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Mexican Drama Continues! Bethenny Frankel's Husband Admits He's 'Resentful' Of Her Success


Apr. 28 2012, Published 9:27 a.m. ET

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Bethenny Frankel’s husband Jason Hoppy has finally admitted that he has grown resentful of her success.

The 41-year-old reality star turned business mogul has, in a few short years, built a successful empire and landed on the cover of Forbes magazine.

Bethenny has an estimated net worth of over $25 million from her Skinnygirl enterprises, books and reality show.

But the couple, who tied the knot in March 2010, have not been getting on for a while and are often seen bickering leading to speculation that their marriage may not last the test of time.

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The upcoming episode of Bethenny Ever After shows the couple taking their daughter Bryn and her employees to Mexico for a relaxing vacation to celebrate Bethenny’s birthday.

But true to form, they got into several fights and next week’s installment is a continuation of the drama where Hoppy makes some startling revelations.

“I’m 40-years-old and I’m frustrated that I haven’t found ‘it,’” Hoppy said of his lackluster career. “I don’t feel threatened by what you’re doing.”

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However, Bethenny then interjected and told him that “you’re starting to resent me a little bit, you are.”

“You’re right. There has been a little resentment,” Hoppy conceded. “I’m trying to be happy but I feel like I’m being judged for the fact that I didn’t make it.

Bethenny added that she didn’t feel she was “totally responsible for that feeling.”

The Mexican drama continues on Bethenney Ever After this Monday on Bravo.



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