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Key Largo 911 caller alleged ex-reality star Quincoces broke into his house

Booking photo of Ana Quincoces from the Monroe County Sheriff's Department. According to Keys InfoNet, the onetime cast member of "The Real Housewives of Miami" television show says an infestation of cockroaches led to her early Sunday arrest in Key Largo for driving with a suspended license with knowledge.
Booking photo of Ana Quincoces from the Monroe County Sheriff's Department. According to Keys InfoNet, the onetime cast member of "The Real Housewives of Miami" television show says an infestation of cockroaches led to her early Sunday arrest in Key Largo for driving with a suspended license with knowledge. Miami

The man who told police on a 911 call that former Real Housewives of Miami star Ana Quincoces broke into his Key Largo home last week is Miami Realtor Pedro Riveiro, according to property records.

And Quincoces materializing in the guy’s living room in the middle of the night, according to police, sounds even stranger when you find out that Riveiro was the listing agent on Quincoces’ Coral Gables house.

Riveiro, it seems, had just done her a solid in the days before she came in: He sold her Alhambra Circle mansion for a whopping $1.8 million and saved Quincoces from a foreclosure judgment.

Riveiro hung up the phone when asked about the incident, and the voice mail on Quincoces’ cellphone is not accepting messages.

A Monroe County Sheriff’s Office report and audio of a 911 call made by Riveiro has Quincoces saying she was drunk when she drove all the way from Miami to see him.

Lawyer and cookbook writer Quincoces, who starred in the Bravo show’s second season but was considered to be too mean by the audience, is also heard refusing the leave the house as Riveiro pleads with her.

Deputies arrived, but when Riveiro declined to press burglary charges, they said they let Quincoces go without charging her with DUI for as long as she wouldn’t drive.

The same deputies eventually spotted Quincoces driving through the island and threw her in a county slammer.

She was charged with driving on a suspended license and has a court hearing next week.

LEGAL REPORT

The lawyers for four victims of millionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein are holding Miami Beach law legend Alan Dershowitz’s feet to the fire he started earlier this year when he told several TV shows he never met Palm Beach native and Epstein sex slave Virginia Roberts, let alone had sex with her.

Dershowitz, the civil rights lawyer who shot to fame as the defender of attempted murder suspect Claus Von Bulow in the 1970s, promised a ton of documents, including credit card and travel records, to show he could never have been in the same location as Roberts.

But nearly two months later, Dershowitz has yet to produce a shred of evidence, according to a filing in an Epstein-related lawsuit.

Dershowitz called Roberts, a former Royal Palm Beach Community School student who became Epstein’s favorite underage sex slave in the early 2000s, a liar when she claimed Epstein “lent” her to Dershowitz and British blue blood Prince Andrew.

Roberts’ lawyers now say Dershowitz has failed to put his money where his mouth is.

“Dershowitz has refused to produce these documents,” reads the latest filing in a federal lawsuit filed by Roberts and three victims.

Roberts says in court documents that she had sex with the 76-year-old professor in Palm Beach, New Mexico and the Virgin Islands, and on Epstein’s private jet.

Dershowitz says it never happened and still says he’ll produce proof.

“I have provided evidence, and I’ll continue to due so in due time,” he said.

RAPPER BEATS RAP

Good news for rapper Lil Wayne a few days after a Miami Beach Police SWAT team raided his house after a false report of shots fired.

A paternity and child support lawsuit filed here by a New Orleans woman last summer was just dismissed.

The woman, Keiotia Brown, claimed the singer of Lollipop fathered her 12-year-old son.

The case was headed to a trial when it was abruptly dismissed.

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