Lisa Hochstein Fires Back About Her Private Plane Escape from Hurricane Irma

Brunilde Fioravanti
Settembre 13, 2017

EVERYONE IS POSTING ON SM about how they escaped!

In her initial post, Hochstein said that her family had "waited until the last minute" to evacuate, but ultimately chose to leave due to their son Logan.

A Real Housewives star evacuated Irma on a private jet, and she wasn't sorry when people criticized her Instagram photo of her smiling family and dogs next to the plane.

"All those A holes posting and showing off w their private jets in Miami, why don't u offer help families and animals that can't get out?" the 38-year-old model tweeted.

Lisa went on to address the accusations that she had abandoned some of her friends in her family's Miami home, saying that she had merely offered them to stay at her house instead of theirs because it would be safer.

Hochstein fired back at her critics in an update on the photo in question, telling them it was "none of your damn business" and explaining that there were other passengers on the plane. "Every seat was occupied and my son had to sit in my lap", she told fans. "This happens to be mine and I don't need to apologize or hide to ANYONE ABOUT HOW WE DO SO", Hochstein said, Yahoo!

Hochstein added that she and husband Lenny Hochstein didn't have "paperwork for our dogs to fly commercial as every vet was closed and every flight was booked and there is no way in hell we would leave them behind".

In the photo's original caption, Hochstein thanked those "who have reached out to help, offer a place to stay, offer help to get out of Miami or just checked on us!"

The post was slammed as tone deaf, considering that thousands of people who were unable to flee Florida before the devastating hurricane.

"I'm praying for everyone who already has been devastated by this hurricane and pray that Somehow by a miracle Florida is not hit so hard". They will be fine! "Material things can be replaced lives cannot #staysafe".

Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm Monday and was expected to bring wind and heavy rains to parts of Kentucky, the Carolinas, and Tennessee on Tuesday, according to ABC News.

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