Lisa Hochstein and her plastic surgeon husband, Dr. Lenny Hochstein, are making headlines are reportedly throwing large parties at their massive mansion on Miami’s celebrity-studded Star Island amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Several years after Bravo fans last saw the model on the short-lived “Real Housewives of Miami,” Page Six revealed that she and Lenny, who is known as the “boob god,” have racked up over $3,000 in fines with authorities due to not one, but many recent parties at their home.
Several Celebrities Were In Attendance During Lisa Hochstein’s Latest Bash
According to the outlet, Lisa and Lenny most recently held a large bash at their home last weekend, which was hosted by Richie Akiva, aka the “King of New York Nightlife,” and attended by 150 people, including a number of famous faces.
Their Last Party Was Shut Down By Police
Following the party, Lisa and Lenny were cited for “unreasonably loud, excessive, unnecessary or unusual noise” by Miami officials, and before the bash, they received citations for a different event.
As Page Six shared, Lisa and Lenny hosted a bash just one weekend before their latest party that resulted in a $250 fine. The event was also shut down by police and as the couple continues to throw ragers at their home, authorities are said to be monitoring their property, as well as the ongoing noise complaints they are receiving.
That news was shared via The Miami Herald.
Lisa Hochstein’s Latest Bash Was Hosted By A Friend
In a statement to Page Six, a Miami official confirmed that Lisa and Lenny have been dealt with $3,250 in fines.
Following the bash, Lisa offered a statement to Page Six, claiming her latest event was not hosted by them, but rather a friend.
“We offered the backyard of our home to a friend that wanted to plan a last-minute get together … They were required to hire private security and cap the capacity at 150 people,” she explained to the outlet.
Lisa Hochstein’s Guests Followed Certain Guidelines During The Event
Lisa went on to say that each one of her and Lenny’s guests had their temperatures checked prior to entry and were instructed to follow guidelines to prevent a potential spread of COVID-19.
“Guests were temperature checked upon arrival and could only access the outdoor space surrounding our house. Guests were told to wear masks when not eating or drinking,” she confirmed.
“The Real Housewives of Miami” cast was last seen in November 2013, when their third season came to an end.