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Real Housewife takes to Twitter after Miami Beach party

 
 
Dr. Leonard Hochstein and his wife, Lisa Hochstein, of The Real Housewives of Miami, in front of their Star Island mansion.
Dr. Leonard Hochstein and his wife, Lisa Hochstein, of The Real Housewives of Miami, in front of their Star Island mansion.
C.W. Griffin / Miami Herald Staff

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Real Housewives of Miami cast member Lisa Hochstein took to Twitter to send Miami Beach preservationists “a message and the middle finger,” after they complained about a party she recently threw.

Hochstein and her plastic surgeon hubby, Leonard “The Boob God,” hosted a gangster-themed soiree at their 42 Star Island mansion last week — the same home the Miami Design and Preservation League has been fighting to have declared historic before the couple can tear it door.

Preservationists said the party was in poor taste, and said it discredits the Hochstein’s claims that the house is unsafe.

Lisa Hochstein’s response?

“Yes, if you took the party as a message and the middle finger, you are right! Have a nice day :)” she tweeted.

She added: “What the miami preservationists think about what I do with my home is #10000000000000000 on my list of things i care about.”

Replied MDPL Chairman Charles Urstadt: “Keeping it classy.”

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