The Quaids, Evi with a credit card stuck to her forehead and Randy wearing a toy Sheriff's badge, leave the courthouse after their arraignment
Paul Wellman

The District Attorney’s Office has yet to file charges against actor Randy Quaid and his wife, Evi, who were arrested on 9/18 for allegedly trespassing on a property they once owned but apparently sold in 1994. Possible criminal charges, however, haven’t stopped the duo from their bizarre behavior, and they were slapped with a temporary restraining order recently.

Lannette Turicchi, who, along with her husband, Scott, owns the East Mountain Drive home which the Quaids allegedly broke into, filed for the temporary restraining order — which prohibits either Quaid from calling or writing the Turicchis and from going near their homes or their children’s school — after Evi Quaid showed up at the Turicchis’ Pasadena home and later mailed a semi-threatening letter to them. In the letter, the Quaids wrote, “You are trespassing. You must vacate immediately. Please leave our keys in our mailbox along with our remote gate opener.” The Quaids claim they never sold the Mountain Drive property and were never paid for it. “You both must have known or feared this day would arrive,” they wrote. “This is what happens when you purchase a house from someone who doesn’t own it.”

Turicchi said that at no time had she or her husband “ever authorized either of the Quaids to enter any portion” of the Mountain Drive property but found the Quaids had allegedly disassembled a children’s play structure and used the parts, along with large umbrellas, to block the view into the property. They also allegedly tampered with security equipment.

The two are scheduled to appear in court on 10/26 for a hearing on the restraining order.


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