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Bethenny Frankel sued for $100 million over cocktail deal

HollywoodNews.com: Bethenny Frankel allegedly made a killing when she sold her Skinnygirl cocktail line for a rumored $120 million, but it seems that the deal has upset someone.

Frankel is now reportedly being sued for $100 million by Raw Talent, states The Hollywood Reporter. Raw Talent co-president Doug Wald claims that he made a deal with her that offered him 10% of her earnings.

He reports that they specifically spoke about her cocktail line that she wanted to get more attention for.

He claims he then helped Frankel partner with David Kanbar who would work on the line and then help her sell it in a few years.

Now, Raw Talent reportedly wants 10% of the sale of the line, which would be $12 million, and another $100 million in punitive damages.

There has been no comment from Frankel’s camp.

Do you think she will pay the money? Should she pay the money?

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