Leonardo DiCaprio spent some of his Saturday at StripSteak at the Fontainebleau, where he, best pal Lukas Hass and “some ladies” ate and drank like champs before heading to LIV for the requisite debauchery. On Wednesday, Leo and crew were seen supping at Makoto at the Bal Harbour Shops.
MTV’s Zuri Hall and her boyfriend, Dutch soccer player Mettin Copier, were seen Saturday at Zen Sai at the Essex House Hotel celebrating his 26th birthday with six friends.
Swedish DJ Alesso was spotted having dinner Saturday at Zuma with his girlfriend.
In celebration of the 50th anniversary screening of Doctor Zhivago and the 40th anniversary screening of Nashville on Jan. 24 and Jan. 25 respectively at the Gables Cinema, Geraldine Chaplin will make a rare personal appearance at the1p.m. screenings after which she will partake in a question and answer session. Chaplin, who starred in both films, is the fourth child of film legend Charlie and his fourth and last wife, Oona O’Neil, whose father was the playwright Eugene. Tickets to the screenings are $11.50 each and available at www.gablescinema.com.
Another victory for Miami-based attorney Raymond Rafool. His client Linda Bollea (formerly Linda Hogan) was sued by ex beau Charlie Hill in California for back pay for what he described as “menial labor” during their short-lived romance. Hogan countersued Hill in Miami via Rafool for violating a prior settlement and confidentiality agreement by bringing the California lawsuit and dishing on their relationship on Entertainment Tonight. On Dec. 3, Hill’s complaint was dismissed by a California court because he brought his lawsuit in the wrong state, and on Jan. 5, the Miami court ruled that Hill already released Hogan from all claimed liability and that Hill is prohibited from talking about Linda Hogan, her life, their life and her businesses.