Randy and Evi Quaid have quite the explanation for their recent arrest, in which the eccentric pair was nabbed after being found crashing in their old house:
A dead guy owns it.
The Quaids claim they're the target of a diabolical scheme to steal the property that belongs to them and the mastermind is using a dead person to pull it off.
Basically, someone forged the signature of a dead woman named Ronda Quaid on a legal document way back in 1992 and wrongfully transferred ownership of their real estate to a third party. Or so Randy and Evi Quaid would have us believe.
The Quaids were arrested this past weekend for allegedly squatting on the property, located in Santa Barbara. But they say they have every right to be on the premises, insisting they can provide proof of the "dead person" scheme.Evi says they showed up this past weekend (and move the security cameras, and change the gate code, and hang a self-portrait over the fireplace) to perform two decades worth of maintenance. A realtor came over and found them.
An emboldened Randy Quaid says he's ready to fight this out in court, saying, "If you don't stick up for what's yours, and defend what's yours ... what are you?"
Indeed, Randy Quaid. Indeed. Good luck man.