Randy & Evi Quaid Seeking Refugee Status In Canada, Note ‘Unusual’ Murders Of Famous Friends

The latest in Randy and Evi Quaid’s bizarre behavior is that the couple is seeking refugee status because they claim they are being targeted in the United States, RadarOnline.com has learned.

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Even more bizarre, the Quaids say their lives are at risk and point to what they call the “unusual murders” of their friends Heath Ledger, David Carradine and Chris Penn.

According to CKNW Vancouver, Daphne Shaw-Dyck of the Canadian Immigration Board will rule shortly on whether or not the Quaids will be detained.

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The couple is requesting release so they can hole up at the Sutton Place Hotel in Vancouver and even agreed to wear ankle monitoring bracelets.

However, the lawyer for the Public Safety Minister argues the Quaids are a flight risk.

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While inside their immigration hearing the Quaids reportedly asked to be released to the swanky hotel because a nurse told Evi she is at a high risk for a stroke and Randy’s mother is ill.

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the Quaids’ bail was increased at the request of the Santa Barbara district attorney’s office to $500,000 after the couple failed to show for their hearing on Monday.


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