Lisa Hochstein’s RHOM Salary is Revealed by Husband Lenny, Find Out How Much She Makes Per Episode as He Tries to Shut Down Spousal Support Request

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Lisa Hochstein's RHOM Salary is Revealed by Husband Lenny, Find Out How Much She Makes Per Episode as He Tries to Shut Down Spousal Support Request

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Lisa Hochstein‘s estranged husband, Lenny Hochstein, 56, shared her Real Housewives of Miami salary in recently filed court documents, which he hopes will convince a judge to deny her request for temporary spousal support.

Lenny’s girlfriend, Katharina Mazepa, 27, who he confirmed he was dating at the time his split from Lisa, 40, was first announced, is continuing to flaunt their romance on social media. And while that’s happening, Lenny revealed Lisa’s salary per episode of the Peacock reality show.

In court documents obtained by Page Six on October 27, Lenny describes Lisa’s paycheck as an “exorbitant salary,” arguing that she shouldn’t need his financial backing because she can rely on herself.

“It is undisputed that [Lisa] earns significant income as a television star and personality,” the documents read. “…Upon information and belief, [Lenny] asserts that [Lisa] earns upwards of $30,000 per episode … a reality show which she has starred in since 2012 and continues to appear in through the date of filing of this instant motion.”

The Real Housewives of Miami season four had a total of 14 episodes, so if this figure by Lenny is accurate, that would mean Lisa’s RHOM salary for last season was $420,000.

Lenny then shared that Lisa has been refusing to leave their $52 million Star Island mansion despite their prenup requiring to do so within 30 days of either party’s divorce filing (he filed in May), and therefore, he has gone “far and beyond any requirement for spousal support.”

Also in his filing, Lenny said he’s spent $455,000 on household expenses for Lisa and their children, six-year-old son Logan and three-year-old daughter Elle.

Lenny’s filing comes just months after Lisa accused him of trying to “financially strangle” her and leaving her and their children without cash as he enjoyed a European getaway with Katharina over the summer.

Lisa has also said that Lenny has “threatened” her in front of their kids.

“This is a very difficult time, and I would ask for some privacy so that we can best take care of our children who mean the world to us,” Lenny told Page Six at the time of their split.

“I tried my best to avoid it for the sake of our children, who we love deeply. We have been living separate lives for months and made the decision to divorce last month,” he continued. “It was after the decision was made that I started seeing Katharina. This is something that Lisa was well aware of before it happened.”

The Real Housewives of Miami season five will begin streaming on Peacock on December 8.