Marisa Hochberg, 32, who used the slogan “Aspire to Inspire” on your Instagram account, is said to have lived in the Montauk house of Cheryl Berman-Schechter and Matthew Schechter from June 1st to August 8th.
In a lawsuit filed by the couple and seen by the New York TimesThey claim Hochberg agreed to pay a total of $ 32,750 (A $ 47,000) and paid the first half of the year but refused the rest.
She even asked to buy the house during her stay, according to the lawsuit, and sent the message to the couple, “This is probably a stupid question because you just built the house but don’t want to sell it by accident.” I ‘I fell in love with him, haha - I thought I would ask! “
They told her the house was not for sale.
When it came time for Hochberg to pay the remainder of the rent owed, she reportedly did not pay those, despite continuing to post photos of her stay on her Instagram account.
One photo is entitled: “Montauk in the morning in my new summer garden”, together with the hashtag “#myownhome”.
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As the end of their stay drew near on Aug. 8, the couple said they had been contacted by Hochberg’s father, Herman, and asked if his daughter could stay longer.
He was told she couldn’t, but they offered the woman to find alternative residence in the area.
At that point, due to the coronavirus pandemic, Governor Andrew Cuomo was enacting an eviction moratorium called The Tenant Safe Harbor Act, which came just in time for Hochberg to claim she and her older father could not go and claim she had contracted the COVID -19.
During this time, her social media posts continued, including one where she used the house’s outdoor shower, along with the headline, “Heard September is the new August.”
After tense communication between the two parties, Hochberg moved out on October 12th.
The frustrated owners have now filed a lawsuit against Hochberg and her father demanding payment of the balance of the rent originally paid, as well as an additional payment for the extra time she spent there.
Hochberg was contacted by the New York Times and she called the allegations against her “false news”.
The lawsuit continues and Hochberg’s Instagram account has now been set to “private”.
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