Going after a not-so-slim slice of her Skinnygirl empire, Bethenny Frankel's ex-managers have just slapped her with a $100 million lawsuit.
The suit, filed by L.A.-based Raw Talent yesterday (May 11), alleges that Bethenny agreed to pay ten percent in commissions when she signed with company back in 2008 - adding that she specifically sought counsel over development and marketing of the Skinnygirl cocktail line, and then proceeded to fire the firm just days before signing off on a deal for the brand.
Not too long ago she recalls having just a few hundred dollars in her bank account, but now Bethenny Frankel has proudly revealed how she made $120 million.
The 40-year-old first gained notoriety when she made a run on "The Apprentice: Martha Stewart," and then quickly shot to super reality stardom after joining the cast of "Real Housewives of New York City" in 2008.
She's known for having one of the finest bikini bods around, but Bethenny Frankel has revealed the torment she lived through after a bad breast surgery left her bosom's less than picture perfect.
After growing increasingly insecure about what she described as her "saggy" bust, the "Bethany Ever After" star decided to go under the knife in 2005 for a breast lift. But, after her surgeon told her that procedure would leave her with "big lollipop scars," she opted for small implants instead.