Bethenny Frankel’s ex tried to blame her after their daughter was rejected from Friends Seminary Day School, according to an email revealed in court Tuesday — but she had other ideas.
“Perhaps they are aware of your cousin being incarcerated as a pedophile, your uncle’s overdose or your cousin’s identity theft,” the “Real Housewives of New York City” star emailed Jason Hoppy after their daughter Bryn was passed over by the Gramercy Park school in Feb. 2015.
“You’re absurd, pull it together,” she added.
Frankel’s catty comments came after Hoppy forwarded her the rejection email, and said her “fame and fortune” as a TV personality was ruining opportunities for their now-8-year-old.
“It seems that our daughter’s being disadvantaged solely because of her mother,” he wrote.
The emails were revealed as the bitter custody battle rages on. Frankel has sued for full custody of their daughter, while Hoppy wants to continue sharing Bryn.
While the Skinnygirl founder followed up her snarky comments with an apology — saying “any animosity only hurts Bryn” — Hoppy berated her in another message, writing that her “true colors always shine through.”
Later, Hoppy’s attorney Robert Wallack denied that his client had a “pedophile” cousin.
The nasty correspondence was the latest in a series of high-octane emails the duo exchanged since splitting in 2013.
Communications made public Monday show Hoppy calling Frankel a “sad, miserable, bitter, and unhappy person” and an “old woman,” while she smeared him as a “deadbeat dad.”
Frankel is expected to take the stand Wednesday.