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Former Miami ‘Housewife’ Lisa Hochstein in trouble again for noisy bash

Cops were doing more than just dealing with unruly Spring Breakers in Miami this weekend.

The police once again visited the Star Island home of former “Real Housewives of Miami” star Lisa Hochstein and her plastic surgeon husband, Lenny Hochstein — who have been in trouble with the authorities multiple times for throwing loud parties at their estate — after receiving five “loud music complaints” on Sunday.

While the couple did turn down the speakers after their visit, we’re told by the Miami Beach Code Compliance Department that they were issued a $5,000 fine.

In forms seen by Page Six, the couple has amassed a total of $11,250 in fines since the beginning of the year. They have appealed one of them.

In January, we exclusively reported on a wild rager at their home hosted by “King of New York Nightlife” Richie Akiva, and attended by Scott Disick, Lil Pump, Tyga, YouTube star Jake Paul, Lil Baby, and Gucci Mane.

Lisa Hochstein tells us of Sunday’s bash, “We hosted a private party for 30-75 guests,” and that “we intend to challenge any noise complaints and violations…We were carefully monitoring the volume and are confident it was at a conversational level.”

Things were far more chaotic away from the Hochstein’s mansion this weekend. On Ocean Drive, cops fired pepper balls into a crowd in order to disperse partiers, and the city has declared emergency measures like curfews and causeway closures in order to try and control an influx of unruly Spring Breakers. 

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