Lenny Hochstein demands NBC release Lisa’s ‘RHOM’ salary info

Lenny Hochstein wants to see the receipts.

The self-proclaimed “boob god” is demanding NBCUniversal hand over all documentation relating to his estranged wife Lisa Hochstein’s earnings for “The Real Housewives of Miami” from Jan. 1, 2012 until now, according to documents obtained by Page Six exclusively.

The documents, filed by Lenny’s attorney on Monday amid the Hochsteins’ divorce battle, also request the media conglomerate turn over all information relating to “the anticipated, offered or future employment, engagement and/or retention” of the reality star by NBCUniversal and any of its subsidiaries.

Peacock, the streaming service on which “RHOM” currently airs, has to turn over all of its files relating to Lisa’s employment by Dec. 20, 2022, the documents state.

A rep for NBCUniversal didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

The plastic surgeon’s request comes after Lisa filed a second request for temporary support after she was allegedly unable to buy her kids diapers or food because Lenny had cut off her access to his American Express credit card.

Lisa, 40, and Lenny, 56, share two children: son Logan, 7, and daughter Elle, 3.

Lisa has appeared on “RHOM” since 2012.

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Lisa has appeared on “RHOM” since 2012.

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“[Lenny’s] clear strategy now is to force [Lisa] into submission by refusing to provide [Lisa] or minor children with any direct support,” Lisa’s documents alleged.

The TV personality also claimed that while she has been unable to provide for her children without the necessary financial assistance, Lenny threw a $100,000 Halloween bash. She, however, claims she had to take their kids trick-or-treating in an Uber after he removed her access to “all vehicles.”

Lisa Hochstein and Lenny Hochstein posing with their two children.
The estranged couple share two children.
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“[Lenny] has the ability to throw lavish parties, but doesn’t have the ability or desire to provide support to [Lisa] and the parties’ two young children?” read the documents.

Lisa requested the court have Lenny maintain the “reasonable financial status quo,” establish temporary support and award attorneys’ fees. A judge has yet to rule on the motion.

Page Six broke the news in May that Lenny was filing for divorce from Lisa after 12 years of marriage. He has moved on with model Katharina Mazepa.