Bethenny Frankel was back in court in New York City on Tuesday, May 14, fighting for custody of Bryn, the daughter she shares with her ex, Jason Hoppy. And once again, things got ugly. According to Page Six, Hoppy's lawyer made enough comments implying the "Real Housewives of New York City" star cares more about her Instagram than her little girl that the judge jumped in to stop him. Raising the subject of a video Frankel posted on her Instagram Story in 2017 in which she asked followers how to talk to Bryn about the fact the family dog, Cookie, was dying, Hoppy's lawyer, Robert Wallack, asked, "Isn't it true that it was more important for you to be broadcasting to your 2 million followers than to be present in the moment? Why do you need to have 2 million strangers know what goes on in your private life?" Frankel didn't miss a beat. "They purchase my jeans, they support Mr. Hoppy," she said. "They pay for [his] rent and his parenting money. They are the people that are paying your legal bills." In one video clip, Bryn is heard reading a card to the pup. "When something notable or serious happens in your life, you immediately post to social media," Wallack said. "To do this in front of Bryn and then to involve her? Did you think this was appropriate parenting behavior?" Frankel replied, "This was my personal behavior," before the judge weighed in. "You are trying to egg her on, and she's playing into it. Instead of making factual arguments, why don't you ask your questions," the judge said. Frankel and Hoppy split in 2012. Hoppy has taken issue with Frankel's inclusion of Bryn in her social media since before they split, according to testimony given by a therapist who tried but gave up working with them because of their "intense level of conflict."