Randy and Evi Quaid’s plans of opening a museum in Marfa, Texas, maybe about to go up in smoke as their legal troubles continue to pile-up.
RadarOnline.com has learned that the owner of the building next door to the Quaids, Evan Hughes, has contacted his lawyers after the oddball pair allegedly plastered a no trespassing sign on the front of the structure.
Hughes, who lives in New York, exclusively told Radar Online.com: “We have contacted our lawyers and we are just waiting to see what happens. They are totally deluded because they think that part of the building belongs to them when it does not. The thrift store that operates in our building has lost a lot of business because they have taken-up all the parking spaces and they keep trying to intimidate people in the town. I do not know why they have behaved in this way but they have upset so many locals in Marfa for no real reason. We were hoping to move there one day but to have them as neighbors might be really difficult – legally we are monitoring what is going-on with our building.”
The Quaids – who are set to be extradited back from West Texas to Santa Barbara over a $10,000 unpaid hotel bill – have caused havoc since they moved to small-town Marfa.
They have been carrying-out work without proper permits, defamed local Deputy Sheriff James Davis, after he served them with a warrant and are about to get sued by the town’s mayor Daniel Dunlap.
Watch our exclusive video to hear what the people of Marfa, Texas, think of the Quaids and what they’ve done to their tiny town.