Despite being arrested and charged with three felonies for unpaid hotel bills and being sued for alleged libelous comments about a Texas deputy sheriff, Evi Quaid is now lashing out at another former employee, private investigator Becky Altringer.
Altringer contacted RadarOnline.com on Friday after she received a threatening letter from Evi, demanding that she pay money to a company called Evzenyatx LLC.
The letter claims Altringer violated a confidentiality agreement that she signed while she was working as a private investigator for the Quaids.
The unpunctuated letter states: “If you can not pay, please submit all assets to a list of collection agents that will contact you please plan to submit all assets you plan to remit to cover your debt by end of business Monday cars, Homes, business assets will be reviewed for valuation per your mortgages, leases, bank value. 50% of all Debt collected will be given to the county sheriff’s department and city Police, the Constables, fire department, Blackwell School Families and employees of the Dairy Queen of Marfa, Texas and presidio county for the egregious waste of tax payers’ time and dollars you have caused.”
We also received a copy of the letter Altringer wrote in response to Evi’s claim, which states, “I received a letter from the Four Seasons in Austin, Tx. The letter made no sense and our company is not in violation of any areement. We do not know what or who Blackwell School Family is or what the Dairy Queen or county judge have to do with this. Our office never contacted any of these individuals. Evi Quaid has been making threats since I terminated our services on June 27, 2009 and I am demanding that she cease with any further threats.”