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Real Housewives star found dead at 51 of suspected overdose

Bethenny Frankel's Boyfriend Found Dead in Trump Tower Home Bethenny Frankel’s Boyfriend Found Dead in His Trump Tower Apartment
Adrian Cunningham | 11 August, 2018, 00:56

According to The New York Post, it seems Shields asked his assistant to give him Narcan, an emergency treatment for opioid overdose, but lost consciousness before it could take effect.

"He was a loving father and friend". This shade would, on its own, raise a few eyebrows, but considering that Bethenny's boyfriend's death would break later in the day, there's an extra layer of cringe added to all this.

Frankel and Shields began dating in 2016 but knew each other for much longer. His estimated net worth was around $11 million.

Shields had a master's degree in public relations, but as the CEO of LawCash, he became a prominent figure in the banking world.

Before entering into a relationship following Frankel's contentious divorce from ex-husband Jason Hoppy, the two knew each other for almost 30 years.

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Authorities are investigating the suspected overdose death at Trump Tower of a man romantically linked to reality TV personality Bethenny Frankel.

The couple, who preferred not to label their relationship, saw multiple break-ups over the course of their romance. They arrived at his apartment to find a lifeless Shields, says the Hollywood Reporter.

She called her relationship with Shields, a NY banker, complicated during an interview with Steve Harvey in May.

"I've been with someone on and off for years", she said.

Bethenny Frankel's boyfriend started the binge that killed him Thursday night and realized he was in trouble. "We're trying to really kind of be good partners and be good teammates and I think relationships oddly are - and this sounds cold - but a little bit like business".