Wow! At least it made for a dramatic reunion episode of RHOA!
Shortly after turning herself in, Porsha was released on a $2K bond.
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Bethenny Frankel is saying goodbye to her Bravo reality show Bethenny Ever After because the former real housewife says she wants to the end the show "on a high note."
The show's third season, which premieres Feb. 20, will be its last so that she can "concentrate on her many business ventures."
A source close to the Skinny Girl adds:
"The door is open for other projects with Bravo," adds the source. "But as far as Bethenny Ever After goes, she feels that ending the show on a high note and ending it after this season would be best for her family. She doesn't want her [20-month-old] daughter [Bryn] to grow up on TV.
[She] loves working with Bravo [and] will probably continue to work with Bravo in some way..
The world is her oyster right now. She has so many options. Her Skinnygirl empire is doing so well, and the paperback version of [her book] A Place of Yes went on sale Jan. 2. Bethenny will pull something out of her sleeve shortly."
We're not surprised that Bethenny wants to move on, but Bravo says not to wipe our tears just yet. The network says:
"They haven't even finished shooting this season so no decision has been made about another one yet."
Yes, yes, yes, please do one more season after this one! We love seeing Bethenny's cute little family with hubby Jason Hoppy and their daughter Bryn. Knowing her though, this won't be the last we see of her.
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