Lisa Hochstein’s contentious divorce from Dr. Lenny Hochstein is taking center stage on “The Real Housewives of Miami.”
Peacock dropped trailer for Season 5 on Sunday in the middle of BravoCon 2022, and the Hochsteins’ crumbling marriage has a starring role.
“You bring that girl anywhere near my f–king kids, there’s going to be a huge f–king problem. Do you understand me?” Lisa, 40, screams into a phone, presumably to her estranged husband, 56, after finding out he has moved on with model Katharina Mazepa.
The beginning of the teaser highlights happier times between the reality star and the self-proclaimed “boob god.”
“My husband is a top plastic surgeon in this town, and I am his best creation,” she says in one flashback clip before adding, “My husband built the perfect wife, and I built the perfect life.”
But that “perfect life” vanished when Lenny filed for divorce in May after 12 years of marriage and two children: son Logan, 7, and daughter, Elle, 3.
The filing came one week after the surgeon told Page Six exclusively that he had planned on leaving Lisa for Mazepa, who has denied being the cause of the couple’s divorce.
“In the blink of an eye, my life changed,” Lisa intones in the trailer.
“I’m losing my best friend. I’m losing my husband to another woman,” she sobs in another scene.
And in perhaps one of the worst “Housewife” indignities, Lisa reveals that her personal trainer has also dumped her — “because Lenny has him training the mistress.”
Despite the bruising divorce, Lisa hasn’t given up on love.
“I want to get married again,” she told Page Six at BravoCon. “I don’t want to be alone in this life. I want to have a life partner. I’m a relationship girl. I like to have a life partner. I like to have someone to share my experiences with.”
However, Lisa played coy when asked how soon fans can expect to see her dating.
“When the right person comes around, when my Prince Charming comes around, maybe I’ll reveal him, maybe I won’t, maybe you’ll meet him on the next season,” she teased. “I don’t know.”
The first four episodes of “The Real Housewives of Miami” premiere Dec. 8 on Peacock, with subsequent episodes airing weekly.