Lenny Hochstein’s fiancée found her “home” — a week after Lisa Hochstein lost hers.
Katharina Mazepa appeared to shade the “Real Housewives of Miami” star Thursday when she posted a carousel of photos with the plastic surgeon and captioned it, “Home isn’t 4 walls. Home is 2 arms & a heartbeat 💘♾.”
“Quite a heartbeat you have,” Lenny responded in the comments.
The model’s pointed statement came just a couple of days after Page Six exclusively reported that Lisa had to endure an “awkward” and “chaotic” move out of Lenny’s mansion on Star Island.
“He made the move really uncomfortable. She was trying to do her best to get everything done,” a source close to Lisa told us.
“He kept interfering. He should have been at work.”
Our insider added that Lenny, 57, showed up to “breathe down her back” and “create problems” while the Bravolebrity moved out.
We were also told that the “boob god” called police on Lisa after believing she took pieces of furniture that she shouldn’t have and allegedly began screaming, “She’s a f–king idiot. Go back to the trailer.”
“He berated her,” the source said. “He was being a drama queen and trying to intimidate her.”
Lisa, 41, moved into a condo nearby with her two children, Elle and Logan, and Lenny moved Mazepa, 28, into the waterfront estate.
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“I will do my talking in court,” Lenny told Page Six when asked for comment.
A second source told us that the confidential settlement included an agreement for Lisa to move out of the house in early September; however, in mid-August, Lenny filed court documents to withdraw the offer “in anticipation” of Lisa not being able to fulfill her obligation of moving out on time — which she did.
Another source close to the former couple told us that Lenny — who proposed to Mazepa in July — was trying to force Lisa, who signed a prenuptial agreement, into agreeing to a “low-ball” offer or else he’d “bankrupt” her by drawing out their legal battle.
The pair has a case management conference scheduled for Sept. 14.
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