HuffPo Corrects Bethenny Frankel Story
October 15, 2011 by staff
According to The Hollywood Reporter, a man who saved Bethenny said the incident was totally staged. Frankel added that do not need to be rescued. Bravo, however, has rejected that claim.
“We need to Bethenny, Jason and her therapist were stranded at sea when her ship sailing broke during the recording of the new season of Bethenny forever,” Bravo said a spokesman. “The Coast Guard is referred to a private boat drove her boat trailer. When people see the episode, sure to see for themselves that this was very real.”
The story is not all that have gotten into trouble Frankel. Apparently, he lied about the sale of its “natural” Skinnygirl ccktail mix.
As reported by The Huffington Post, the mixture was sold for 120 million when, in fact, only 8.1 million sold for y. Forbes magazine put out the first report initially.
“We are taking this very seriously. We base our numbers at the time of reporting solid sources. We are aware of new information [discovered by HuffPost Celebrity] and we’re at it now,” Dan Bigman, executive editor of Forbes he said. “We will review all the background information and talking with Ms. Frankel before taking any action. If there is an error, we will correct them. If you need clarification, let’s do it.”
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