Well, sometimes it goes down like this:
In December 2011, fifteen police offers, ten code enforcement officers (including Alberto), and five fire officials forcibly shut down the Sadigo a second time for violations of City fire codes. (See id. ¶ 42). The shut down occurred while the Sadigo was hosting the “Poo[l] Art Fair” during the Art Basel Miami Beach art show, forcing guests to vacate the premises. (Id. ¶¶ 42–43). Alberto offered to solve Eisenberg’s problems “by using ‘his people,’ insinuating a bribe would be due from  Eisenberg. When  Eisenberg refused by stating he already had legal counsel working on it, Alberto stated . . . Eisenberg would not get far using legal means.” (Id. ¶ 44). Eisenberg was then arrested. (See id. ¶ 45). In April 2012, Alberto and other code compliance officers and fire department inspectors were arrested for accepting bribes. (See id. ¶ 46). Since these arrests, the Sadigo has not received any further code compliance notices or violations. (See id. ¶ 47).Read the rest of this sordid saga in Judge Altonaga's well-drafted order here.