Lenny Hochstein is at it again! Lenny has now claimed that his estranged wife Lisa Hochstein is ‘bleeding him out’ financially revealing that she abused her access to his grocery app.
According to a new urgent court petition, Lenny, 56, complains that Lisa has ‘has embarked on a course of conduct aimed at bleeding out’ [Lenny Hochstein] from a financial standpoint’ and has ‘charged in excess of $10,000 to [Lenny’s account].’
In the urgent filing, Lenny Hochstein alleges that the Real Housewives of Miami star “shockingly” spent $4,000 over the course of a week and a half.
Lenny is complaining that Lisa’s excessive grocery shopping “constitutes marital waste,” and he is requesting the court sanction her for her ‘cash grab.’
Lisa Hochstein responded in a separate filing the next day that Lenny has turned off her access to Instacart, Uber and Uber eats, which she says is a violation of a previous order.
Lisa also says that Lenny has made her feel ‘threatened’ by making ‘unannounced visits’ to their former marital home. Lisa even revealed that he once showed up with his mother and called her a ‘felon,’ verbally berating her in front of their children.
Lisa and Lenny share two children. Lisa says that Lenny would soon be going to jail and that their children “would soon be having a better mother.”
Earlier this week Lisa Hochstein blasted her estranged husband for trying to humiliate her on Mothers Day weekend when Lenny accused her of planting a listening device in his car.
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Lenny Hochstein claims that his wife Lisa Hochstein is “bleeding him,” suggesting that she is causing significant financial strain or draining his resources in some way.
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