Lenny Kravitz accused of running illegal dental surgery in the Bahamas

Musician has offered no comment on the matter

A dental surgery sponsored by musician Lenny Kravitz has reportedly been raided in the Bahamas.

The New York Post‘s Page Six claims that the pop-up charity dental clinic was recently launched on the island of Eleuthera, where Kravitz has a home.

It is alleged that the clinic did not have the appropriate permits needed to practise in the country.

“Sometime around 1:33pm on Saturday 12/12/15 the Police received a report that there was a group of persons operating an illegal clinic at the Catholic Hall in Gregory Town,” reads the local police report.

“As a result Officers visited the location along with Immigration officers. While there they spoke with Mr. Lenny Kravitz, who reported that he was hosting the free clinic through his Let Love Rule Foundation in conjunction with the GLO Good Foundation. Mr. Kravitz was not able to produce documentation authorising the event, as a result he was informed that he was in breach of the Immigration and Public Health Acts and was instructed to cease all operations until proper authorisation was obtained.”

Page Six approached a spokesperson of Kravitz for a response, but they have so far offered no comment on the matter.

Earlier this year, Kravitz was involved in an incident dubbed ‘Penisgate’ when Kravitz’s leather trousers ripped during a gig in Sweden.

He was performing at the Gröna Lund theme park in Stockholm on August 3 when the crotch of his trousers tore during the first song of his set, exposing what appeared to be his pierced genitals.