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Bethenny Frankel reveals the ‘excuse’ she used to leave ‘The Real Housewives of New York’

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Bethenny Frankel is leaving business knowledge on TikTok. Lesson number 1 — How to find a way out of a contract with a techie. it’s just like she was finally able to say adios To real housewives of new york city,

The 51-year-old business mogul shared on TikTok during one of his “business is personal” stories. Subject of this story? Frankel set the record straight on the real reason why he left the long-running Bravo reality TV series.

“People thought I left housewives Because of the money,” she said. “If I had stayed it would have been because of the money. I left because I wanted to leave. I was ready to go.”

Frankel joined Rhony When the series debuted in 2008 but was abandoned after three seasons in 2011. A few years later, she rejoined for Season 7 in 2015, but left after Season 11 in 2019. At the time, it was reported that the contract negotiations broke down and the side deal could not be done. turns out, he was a kind of True, but with a twist.

“I used the point of a technical deal as my excuse,” Frankel explained. “I had lost someone close to me and when the show came back I went to work. I didn’t want to. Professionals hurt. I’m a professional. I come on time. I deliver. That’s what I do.” Reputation is in business. So there was a new point, and this was the term new deal. housewives In different cities who decided not to film because they didn’t like other people, because they were at odds. So they decided not to do the film, so it affects the quality of the show.”

She continued, “So it became something where they had to add it to all the contracts – just like the Bethenny clause in my name – this new point said if you don’t get on an episode you won’t get paid for it. So, that makes sense. It doesn’t make sense to me because I already knew the production company said, ‘We’ll never air an episode without you.’ They told me straight away. I have the receipts. I already knew I was a professional and there would be no situation where I wouldn’t come for work.”

By the way, the “Bethenny clause” stems from when she was, according to the new Yorker, was initially presented with a contract stating that Bravo would receive a percentage of any business promoted on the show. She refused to sign the deal and the contract was changed to reflect that she completely owned everything she does or promotes on the show. Frankel, of course, was going to sell her Skinnygirl cocktail in 2011. a whopping $120 million,

This time around, Frankel again declined to sign an agreement that stated housewives Payment will be made only when they appear in an episode.

“So, I said no. And the reason for that word is housewives Wasn’t filming in other cities. They just decided not to do the film,” explained Frankel. “And that’s just my excuse. And then the powers that be said ‘We must have changed it, et cetera.’ But every little thing matters. And I don’t lie. And I was just looking for a reason, and that was a good reason.

“It’s a small business, there’s a personal nugget about the fact that I knew I’d show up for work every single day when I suffered a tremendous loss, so obviously I wouldn’t show up for work every day under any circumstances.” I’m leaving,” she continued. “There couldn’t be a more extreme situation than this. The tiny, tiny minute detail that would never have passed was the inspiration. That was the catalyst that just said, ‘Boom, there’s no going back.'”

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