Christie Brinkley battles peeing woman with hose near property By Taylor K. Vecsey July 3, 2016 | 11:35pm Christie Brinkley's North Haven home where she hosed off a woman attempting to pee near the property. Photo: AP (left), Hamptons Pix Christie Brinkley got into a pissing match with a Hamptons woman over a patch of sand on Saturday — using her garden hose to douse her when she went to relieve herself near the supermodel’s property, police said. Modal Trigger Erica RemkusPhoto: Hamptons Pix The Uptown Girl doled out the dose of vigilante justice after Erica Remkus, 36, started to squat on Sag Harbor Cove sand around 10 p.m. to do her business, the woman told The Post. “ ‘What are you doing?!’ ” Brinkley screamed, according to Remkus. “ ‘You can’t pee in front of my house! You have to go away. You’re standing on my rocks. You can’t pee on my rocks. I walk there!’ ” Remkus, who says she didn’t recognize Brinkley at first, argued that she was on public property. “These are not your rocks,” Remkus recalled shouting back, standing on a section of sand that was deserted — except for another man who had just urinated there. “This is not your beach. The beach is public property. You don’t own it.” Brinkley ended the argument by pulling out her hose and blasting Remkus, a hairdresser, from about 30 feet away, according to police. “I hadn’t even peed yet, by the way,” Remkus said. The woman says she then realized she was being doused by the 62-year-old former Sports Illustrated cover girl. “It took me a minute even to figure out who it was,” she said. Remkus says that after Brinkley sprayed her, she defiantly peed on the sand near the home, which the model owns but only occasionally uses. Brinkley recorded Remkus peeing with her cellphone, the woman said. “I would not have peed if she didn’t spray me,” Remkus said. “After that, I kind of had to.” An infuriated Brinkley called cops, who interviewed Remkus but declined to cite her, authorities said. Unless an officer witnessed the urination, authorities wouldn’t normally press charges, police said. A local official said Remkus was peeing on public property. A rep for Brinkley didn’t respond to a request for comment Sunday.