bethenny frankel and Jason Hoppy split in 2012. Their divorce was an incredibly painful process for "The Real Housewives of New York" star. She ended up with several expensive legal bills, an apartement she couldn't live in, and aggravation that has followed her for nearly five years. Frankel and Hoppy were officially divorced last year, but now they are headed back to court.

Bethenny vs. Jason

Earlier this year, Bethenny Frankel and Jason Hoppy had a few altercations. The two were involved in a verbal match at their daughter's school and most recently, he approached his ex-wife out in public screaming at her.

The latest incident prompted "The Real Housewives of New York" star to get an Order Of Protection against her ex-husband. According to Us Weekly, Jason Hoppy appeared in court yesterday and the order of protection for Bethenny Frankel was granted an extension. The case will go back in front of a judge in June where Hoppy allegedly plans to fight to clear his name.

There has been some dispute over the stalking and harassment charges that have been filed against Jason Hoppy on behalf of Bethenny Frankel. It appears that he denies that he was stalking her or harassing her at all. Because the two share a daughter together, this could complicate things. Frankel insists he threatened her several times and has excessively Facetimed her as well.

Her accusations were enough to get her an order of protection and have it extended pending trial.

Rejected plea deal

Jason Hoppy reportedly rejected a plea deal in the case at some point last month. He was offered anger management classes if he plead guilty to te harassment charge. Hoppy rejected the deal citing his innocence.

It is being insinuated that Bethenny Frankel is throwing out baseless accusations in order to be rid of her ex-husband for good. With all of the back and forth accusations, there are doubts about what the real truth is between the two. The judge obviously felt it was necessary to grant the order of protection with the evidence provided despite Hoppy's attempts to discredit her.

The trial is set to begin on June 27 in New York City. This will likely consume a lot of Bethenny Frankel's time but after what she went through with the divorce, she will definitely see it through. Jason Hoppy is still maintaining his innocence despite the order of protection and the rejected plea deal he was offered. It is unclear how long this process will take, but both are willing to fight until the end.