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The divorce is still raging but yesterday Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy agreed to settle their custody dispute and basically they are going to co-parent. I'm not sure why it took almost two years to decide that would be in the best interest of their daughter. Of course they are going to argue about money and possessions and there are still going to be some very nasty revelations, but they both have been using Bryn as a pawn and a 4 year old girl should not be used as a pawn. She isn't the bad person in this and they both did some awful things in her presence and apparently talked smack about each other to their daughter. I'm glad this partis settled and I hope they decide to start acting more like adults. They won't, but one can hope.
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