Back in July, Bethenny Frankel caused some shit by posting an Instagram photo of herself in her daughter’s pajamas (above) because if there’s an age when you should start competing with your child’s looks, it’s definitely four. Three, if you really love them. Except some activist judge isn’t having it, and apparently thinks it’s unhealthy for a four-year-old to see a skeleton fit into children’s clothing. Page Six reports:
“No more pajamas!” Justice Ellen Gesmer warned Frankel’s attorney, Allan Mayefsky, in court.
The A-list lawyer, whose firm has represented Christie Brinkley’s ex-husband Peter Cook and Katie Holmes, tried to explain his client’s behavior by saying it was a joke.
But the stone-faced judge wasn’t laughing.
“It’s not a joke. Her child is not a joke,” said Gesmer, adding that the episode was “ridiculous.”
Now, I don’t know how child custody works, or even where kids come from, but let’s all agree this was probably the right and ethical move to make. Plus it allowed the judge to move onto more important topics like why did Bethenny hit Batman with a giant mallet? And what daily household products combine to form Smilex gas? These are the questions people want answered.