New York judges have ruled reality TV star Bethenny Frankel no longer has to pay spousal support to her estranged husband.
The Real Housewives of New York regular split from Jason Hoppy in 2012, and she has fighting over money with her ex ever since, despite having a pre-nuptial agreement in place.
Entrepreneur Frankel, who is worth an estimated $55 million (£38.7 million), was ordered to hand Hoppy almost $12,000 (£8,400) in temporary alimony, but she challenged the payments and took the issue to a state appeals court.
On Tuesday (22Mar16), a panel of judges ruled in her favour, insisting the couple had both waived "any and all claims for spousal support and/or maintenance" in a pre-nup, according to the New York Daily News.
It is not clear if Hoppy will have to repay any of the funds he has received since the pair's break-up.
Frankel is not yet in the clear - the 45-year-old is still battling her ex over a $5 million (£3.5 million) apartment she bought in Manhattan's trendy Tribeca neighbourhood while they were together. The title deed names a trust as the owner, while Frankel and Hoppy are both listed as beneficiaries.
The former couple, parents to daughter Bryn, split after two years of marriage. Frankel and Hoppy reached a custody agreement in 2014, which required the reality star to pay $10,000 (£7,000)-a-month in child support.