'Real Housewives' Star Evacuated Irma on a Private Jet | She's Not Sorry

Getty Images  2014 Larry Marano

Getty Images 2014 Larry Marano

"All those [expletive] posting and showing off w their private jets in Miami, why don't u offer help families and animals that can't get out?"

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.

She said that the post was meant as a way to keep her loved ones updated on her family's well-being during the hurricane. Joanna tweeted. "Otherwise stop posting and showing off when people and animals are being left behind during this catastrophic hurricane".

In response to the "ignorant people leaving nasty comments", Lisa wrote, "we were not the only ones in this plane". She said in her original caption that they allowed friends to remain in their Miami home.

Hochstein captioned the post by thanking friends and family for checking on them ahead of the storm. "Every seat was occupied and my son had to sit in my lap. This happens to be mine and I don't need to apologize or hide to ANYONE ABOUT HOW WE DO SO", she continued.

"We also did not have paper work 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", she added.

"We weren't originally going to leave partly because of the dogs and a few other things....and waited until the last minute when we realized that this thing wasn't slowing down which definitely made it hard to get out", she added.

Hochstein concluded by addressing her critics directly: "Anyone with nasty comments needs to back off get off my page and worry about yourself and how you can help others instead if wasting your energy on attacking me". "We did not want to risk it with our little angel Logan". They will be fine! She ends the post by saying "Material things can be replaced, lives cannot".

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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