We’re not trying to push the sympathy card here, but seriously -- ripping off an old lady?
RadarOnline.com has been breaking all sorts of documented scams tied to Randy and Evi Quaid. But the latest seems low, even for these two.
The Quaids’ former private investigator, Becky Altringer, told RadarOnline.com exclusively that while she was working for the embattled couple, Randy and Evi convinced a family friend to let them move into her mobile home outside Los Angeles.
Altringer says Lois, 87, put her home on the market with the intention to sell it, but took it off after Randy and Evi “begged her” to live there.
“Lois worked out an agreement with Randy and Evi that they would rent her mobile home for $1,000 a month,” Altringer said. “But they never paid her and they left her place a disaster. To take advantage of an 87-year-old lady who trusted them like that is really sad.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the Quaids are due back in a Santa Barbara courtroom on Monday, Oct. 19 to face up to their three felony charges stemming from an alleged $10,000 hotel bill at the San Ysidro Ranch.