Bethenny Frankel believes the Big Apple is in big trouble.
After a gunman opened fire on a Brooklyn subway on Tuesday, April 12, injuring more than 30 people, the former "The Real Housewives of New York City" star sounded off on the city.
"This subway situation is terrifying, and New York is not what it used to be," she said in an Instagram video. "New York City is not safe."
Bethenny claimed she can see past the city's glitz and glamour … or, in her mind, what's left of it.
The Skinnygirl founder's fears appear to be centered around her 11-year-old daughter, Bryn.
"I'm the dorky parent who doesn't want my daughter walking around the city," she said. "It's scary, and I have no choice if we're dealing with Manhattan than to be a helicopter parent, and I choose to not be in New York City, to be honest. I think it's scary, and we have to talk about it."
According to Page Six, Bethenny is in the process of moving from New York to Connecticut.
"People want to have pride of New York and make the city come back, and it is our New York, and I am a New Yorker, but I'm sorry, safety is more important than pride of New York, so this is a scary, scary time," she ended the video.
Many of Bethenny's followers seem to agree with her, but others insisted the violence isn't exclusive to just New York.
"This is the case across America right now, but people aren't talking about it!" one person commented.
The subway shooting suspect, Frank James, 62, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon in New York City. He has already been charged in Brooklyn Federal Court for allegedly engaging in "violent attacks against mass transportation systems."