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The Real Housewives of New York City star, Bethenny Frankel, has one less battle to worry about following the dismissal of a suit against her.

Unfortunately, Bethenny is still refusing to settle with Jason Hoppy.

However, she can check one legal fight off the list. A pending lawsuit against Frankel’s Skinnygirl margarita line was terminated yesterday.

Plaintiff Amy Langendorf took it upon herself to voluntarily dismiss the lawsuit, according to court documents.

U.S. District Judge Manish S. Shah stated in the documents that the case was dismissed with both parties paying their own court-related expenses.

The lawsuit was filed when Langendorf accused Frankel’s brand of falsely labeling the margarita mix as “all-natural.”

At what point would she think a DIET margarita would be all-natural? You can’t have your cake and eat it too.

Langendorf called out the product for containing sodium benzoate, a preservative ingredient. Whole Foods even argued that the product is not all-natural.

Still, the line of diet booze is highly popular.

This is one of many legal issues the reality start and entrepreneur has endured in recent months. 

The contentious battle with her estranged husband has left Bethenny fighting for her Tribeca apartment.

Additionally, Hoppy wants more child support. Hoppy claims that because he has had trouble finding employment, Frankel owes him more money.

Now that this lawsuit is over, maybe Frankel can spend a little more time getting it on with her new mystery man.