Quaids no show US court, waiting for Canadian immigration court hearing

November 3, 2010 § Leave a comment

The Randy and Evi Quaid case took a bizarre twist today in Santa Barbara after their lawyer claimed the couple’s signatures had been falsified over the Montecito home they are accused of squatting in.
The pair was a no-show at court Tuesday in connection with a squatting arrest in September at a guest house of a Montecito house once owned by the couple. Bob Sanger, attorney for the Quaids, addressed the court saying he had evidence that the couple’s signatures on the sale of the property to the Burman family in 1991 had been forged. However, the new information did not stop Judge Donna Geck from issuing a new bench warrant for Evi Quaid who forfeited her $500,000.00 bail for not appearing in court Tuesday. Judge Geck ordered Randy Quaid’s bench warrant and bail to be held until his next scheduled court appearance on November 16 as the actor is due to appear in a Canadian immigration court on November 8.

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