"“‘Is everything okay? You seem very upset. And oh yeah, happy holidays,'” Frankel’s attorney Allan Mayefsky said, reading the text from Hoppy."
"In another text, he said, “apparently you’re now Jewish,” with a laughing emoji."
Yeah, the first one doesn't seem that bad, at least for people who hate each other. I suppose the second one is worse, although since B has claimed not to be religious, I could see where he might assume she was now just claiming to be religious in order to seem better for the court, or to begin a debate about whether their daughter should be raised Catholic or Jewish. And since she agreed their daughter would be baptized Catholic, that debate should be over.
I don't get the idea she was baptized, but then they would wait til she was 12 to introduce her to religion?
Worst for him is if he really did start her on CCD classes without talking to B, if the joint custody agmt required him to discuss this with her first. Since the child was baptized, I'm not sure it applies though, as CCD classes are typical for Catholic children who do not attend Catholic school.