As one of the best actors in the world, Randy Quaid is an American who has received nominations for Golden Globe, Academy Award, and BAFTA courtesy of his role in The Last Detail. It is obvious that you have seen Randy in your screens doing what he does best in the industry. Looking at the long list of celebrities, Quaid features in the top ranked actors having performed in different films. One of the very latest appearances is in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Here Randy Quaid acts as Cousin Eddie and probably this is how the audience knows him best.
It always feels good whenever one is utilizing his/or her talent to the fullest just like Randy and others out there. Now, according to the current trending headlines Randy Quaid has sued bail Bond Company. Randy and her wife Evi Quaid faced an arrest back in 2010 in California on grounds of squatting charges. The bail bond company bailed the duo and now Randy has filed a suit against it. Looking at the content of this suit, Randy Quaid has clearly stipulated that they are demanded to pay back bonds.
As per the requirements that Quaid family should pay back the bonds, this is something they never requested. The most trending question is, when did this arrest take place and what offense did Randy and Evi commit. In September 2010, both Randy and Evi did squat in the Guest House that they once owned. In the aftermath of this squatting, they caused damages amounting to $5,000. According to the law, this is a mischievous act where nobody expected the Quaids to behave in such a manner. It did not take one month before Randy and Evi’s detainment by immigration officials in Vancouver.
Whenever facing any form of allegations, the court must issue sermons for the culprit to make an appearance before a panel of judges. For the Quaids, they were required to appear in court in order to plead guilty or not guilty of the squatting offense committed. Funny enough, they did not show up and now a California judge has issued a bench warrant leading to their arrest. In countering the court’s directive, Quaids’ attorney has written in court documents. According to his statement, he says that the Quaids never entered into a written agreement with American or any agent for the m to provide the $5,000 bond.
Randy and Evi did not agree anywhere to pay such a sum of money to American as a form of exchange for the bond. This is according to the attorney who has come out to defend Quaids. The two are now seeking restitution due to loss of wages alongside emotional stress they have suffered since the incident occurred. For many who do not know Randy Quaid, he is the older brother of Dennis Quaid who is also an actor as well. Everybody needs to stay alert awaiting further directions by the court.