After thumbing their noses for the third time at the Santa Barbara judicial system on Thursday, it looks like Randy and Evi Quaid’s get-out-of-jail free card has finally expired.
In an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com, district attorney Lee Carter said he’s going forward with extradition and that the couple’s obstinance is only going to end badly for them.
“We will find them wherever they are,” Carter told RadarOnline.com outside the courthouse on Thursday afternoon. “Obviously, I could not force them to be here today, but we’ve invited them to come back voluntarily three times now and they’ve declined to do that. So the next time they come to California, it will be in custody.”
If the Quaids decide never to return to California, Carter says he’s not worried about them being a flight risk.
“If extradition is approved, we’ll go to wherever they are and bring them back—in custody,” Carter said.