Leonardo DiCaprio Has Wild Romp With 20 Women At Art Basel [Report]

Did Leonardo DiCaprio have a wild night with 20 women in Miami? According to the New York Daily News, DiCaprio is still in summer mode. Over the past week, he spent his time checking out art for the Art Basel festival in Miami, and because he’s Leo, he wound up in a club along the way.

According to a source, the Wolf of Wall Street actor, who split from model Toni Garrn, wound up taking home 20 women home from a club for a wild night. DiCaprio met the women “at popup version of 1 Oak at Rec Room in South Beach.” The source continued to say how Leo “left with 20 girls.”

Eventually the source added, “Leo and 20 girls. He is my hero.”

Although he left with 20 girls, he wasn’t alone in his partying. Also at the club were heavy partiers Brandon Davis and Joe Jonas. That said, DiCaprio had his pick of the litter.

“He was overflowing with models everywhere. The Jonas brother looked scared, like he was going to drown and suffocate in the women. His face was hilarious.”

When he wasn’t partying with the ladies, DiCaprio was busy fixing his man bun and probably avoiding bumping into ex Toni Garrn. The reports filtered in that there might be trouble in paradise back in October. The German model had gone on a healing trip to her home over in Berlin to celebrate International Day of the Girl Child.

The last time the pair were spotted out and about together was on September 3, walking around New York City. Then, days later, it was reported by OK! Magazine that the two went their separate ways. Practically confirming these reports was the news that Garrn arrived at the same art festival in Miami, but without Leo on her arm.

Garrn wasn’t preoccupied by Leo’s appearance and instead was all smiles while in Miami.

@GintaLapina89 and @RealToniGarrn at Art Basel in Miami

As for DiCaprio, here’s a look at the actor in his natural habitat.

In addition to partying, Leo left with less dough. It’s said that on the first day of the festival, he spent nearly $1 million on an art piece by Frank Stella.

[Image via Andrea Raffin / ShutterStock]