Life’s just easier if you play by Bethenny Frankel‘s rules.
Per the agreement, which Hoppy initially rejected back in March, the case can potentially be dismissed in six months if Hoppy honors his ex-wife’s order of protection and obeys all laws.
For those who don’t know, Hoppy was charged in second degree aggravated harassment and fourth degree stalking back in January after allegedly sending Frankel over 160 emails and several text messages.
The Bravo-lebrity also accused Hoppy of accosting her and her then-boyfriend at their 7-year-old daughter Bryn‘s school.
Hoppy’s attorney denied these claims and filed a motion to dismiss the stalking and harassment charges, but the motion was dismissed by a judge in early August.
Now, it looks like Hoppy could get what he wants — the charges thrown out — so long as he stays away from the Skinnygirl founder’s home, business, and avoids having any communication with her.
Bethenny hasn’t commented on the matter, but Jason’s attorney Alex Spiro said in a statement to E! News:
“We are pleased but not at all surprised that the charges were dismissed. It’s clear from the trajectory of this case that her claims were not substantiated or credited, and the motive was questioned. Mr. Hoppy looks forward to moving on with his life and his daughter.”
Looks like Jason has no choice but to obey his ex’s wishes.
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