Updating one of our most random (but admittedly favorite) stories, Randy and Evi Quaid have posted bond, meaning there is no longer an outstanding warrant for their arrest on charges of defrauding a California B&B of $10,000.
"If they don't show up to court, a bounty hunter will go and get them," Deputy D.A. Lee Carter of the Santa Barbara District Attorney's Office said earlier this week.
The bounty hunters have been called off, though. Unfortunately.
The couple posted bail of $20,000 apiece after being arrested in Marfa, Texas, where they rise, but had to pay the same in California, site of their alleged fraud.
Randy and Evi Quaid have skipped four different opportunities to appear in court since allegations that they bailed on their room bill first surfaced in September.
CRAZY QUAIDS: Randy and Evi sure keep things interesting.
As a result, authorities were forced to begin extradition proceedings after the Quaids failed to show up. The actor and his wife will be arraigned December 15.
They will be formally charged with misdemeanor charges of burglary, conspiracy and the ever-quaint defrauding of an innkeeper. Amazingly, that's not even all.
Evi Quaid, who flipped the f*%k out on the cops who tried to arrest her, was also accused of vandalism by a Texas neighbor in an unrelated, bizarre incident.
Somehow we can't imagine these two have a lot of friends.