Jennifer Lopez is left red-faced and stranded in the Hamptons after her dune buggy is towed for not having a parking permit
Jennifer Lopez was flushed on Tuesday as her dune buggy was towed into the Hamptons after failing to comply with parking restrictions.
The Love Don’t Cost a Thing hitmaker, 50, parked the vehicle on Mecox Beach in Bridgehampton without realizing or simply ignoring the rules of the parking garage.
Mecox Beach is working to provide all season permits to local residents, the affluent area also has a small number of daily beach permits during the week, but only if space is available. There is no guarantee of availability.
But Jennifer Lopez learned the hard way that beach parking is a premium in the upscale area.
The singer turned red on Tuesday when she arrived in her dune buggy at Mecox Beach in Bridgehampton and parked without realizing – or simply ignoring – the parking restrictions.
Tricky: Jennifer Lopez parked near the beach on Tuesday in the Hamptons to get her car towed because she didn’t have a permit
Lopez was followed by her retinue in two more dune buggies, and they all reportedly drove past the parking attendants who checked the permits and parked to access the pristine sandy shoreline.
According to eyewitnesses, the police were called and a tow truck came to tow the buggies as a result of the clear parking violation.
When she found herself stranded on the beach without a vehicle, J.Lo had to call a friend who came to pick up the megastar in fiancé Alex Rodriguez’s Ford Bronco.
Rule Breakers: Lopez drove a dune buggy – followed by her retinue in two more dune buggies – right past the parking attendants who checked and parked the permits
Problem: According to eyewitnesses, the police were called and then the dune buggies were towed away
Removed: The buggies were loaded onto the tow truck after they were illegally parked on Mecox Beach in the upscale Bridgehampton area
Lopez was texting her phone furiously while her children Emme and Max were standing next to her and worried about her.
Bronx-born beauty looked ready for fun in the sun, wearing a pair of denim cut-offs over a white swimsuit.
The 50-year-old actress also came prepared while carrying a carrying case with some beach toys.
When their ride arrived, the trio were spotted hopping into the Bronco and heading to the tow yard to pick up their seized vehicles.
Help: Stranded on the beach with no vehicles, J.Lo had to call a friend who came to pick up the megastar in fiancé Alex Rodriguez’s Ford Bronco
Meanwhile, Lopez and A-Rod announced their new joint venture last week – a partnership with telemedicine company Hims & Hers.
The couple said they decided to partner with the telemedicine company to make self-care accessible to disadvantaged communities.
“We are always focused on providing people who grew up like us,” Jennifer told People Magazine.
She continued, “We feel like we have a different kind of privilege now and our kids are growing up differently, but we remember what it was like to grow up because we couldn’t afford decent care.”
Beach day aborted: the trio was seen limping into the bronco and heading to the yard to pick up their vehicles
The couple enjoyed their summer in the Hamptons with J.Lo’s children Max and Emme
Individuals can make telephone appointments on the site, which has more than 200 licensed physicians and nurses in the United States.
Appointments start at $ 39 and include the cost of medication if necessary, with the aim of being available to everyone.
According to the outlet, the providers are not only empowered to diagnose illnesses, but they can also fill prescriptions for things like urinary tract infections and asthma to name a few.
Jennifer said, “We saw it as a company that offered a modern approach to health and wellness in a responsible and accessible manner. It’s so great to be part of ‘to People.
Alex added that “it enables things that can be very challenging, whether they are embarrassing problems, or go to the pharmacy and wait online.”
Meanwhile, Lopez and A-Rod announced their new joint venture last week – a partnership with telemedicine company Hims & Hers – to make self-care accessible to disadvantaged communities