Today Andy Esquivel underwent a second psychiatric evaluation to determine whether he is sane enough to stand trial. The details of the evaluation were not made public by the court, but knowing Andy the results could not have been good. In all likelihood, Andy will remain in jail until the court is satisfied that he’s fulfilled the requirements to move forward with trial. He’s been incarcerated for three weeks now without bail, which is why none of his minions are posting on any of his blogs (Andy actually posts in the names of most of his supporters. Nobody who actually supports Andy has posted anything online in over a year.
I have it on good authority that Allen Brady, that brainless minion who still follows Andy Esquivel around like a lost puppy hoping for a billion dollar buyout of Xtagged by Google, recently tried to con his way into a $2 Million dollar house.
Reliable sources report that Allen Brady and his wife contacted a real estate agent in norther n Utah and asked for a walk-through of a house listed for $2 Million dollars. The listing agent, being used to scam artists and wackos trying to get a peek inside her multimillion dollar listings by posing as legitimate qualified buyers, became suspicious. She immediately asked Allen’s agent to verify that Allen did in fact have the means to purchase the house if she allowed him to walk visit the property. When pressed, Allen Brady reportedly told his agent that he and his wife were about to receive a milti-million dollar settlement in a lawsuit (expected to be completed by the end of this month) and that they would be purchasing the home in cash with those funds. He mentioned my name as being the defendant in the lawsuit.
Funny thing about the Internet today – Allen’s broker decided to check out the story. not only did he find out that there is no multi-million dollar lawsuit with me as a defendant or Allen Brady as a plaintiff, but he also found this website which gave explicit details about the scam to which Allen was referring and the fact that it’s founder is in jail right now awaiting a psychiatric evaluation to determine whether or not he is sane enough to stand trial for three felony counts of securities fraud.
Needless to say, Allen and his wife were not allowed to tour the house and other brokers were warned to be on the lookout for an over-wright drug addict pretending to be the recipient of a large legal settlement wanting to look at multi-million dollar homes.
I will say this for Allen Brady – he’s sure got a pair. It takes serious guts to try to scam your way into somebody else’s house by pretending that a guy who’s now been thrown under the bus by three of his defense attorneys is somehow going to be acquitted at the last minute and will close a lightening settlement for millions of dollars because his long line of fake products turned out to be real after all. Obviously somebody spent too much time at the recreational pot stores the last time he was in Colorado.
This website has learned that part of the reason the court decided to throw Andy Esquivel in jail until further notice was because he failed to report for his mandatory psychiatric evaluation as ordered. This letter [PDF] from psychiatrist assigned to evaluate Andy states that in spite of repeated attempts to make contact, Andy did not return phone calls or attempt to otherwise make contact.
We are still waiting for an audio transcript of the January 7th hearing and will provide more details as they become available. As of right now, Andy is behind bars and will remain there for the foreseeable future.
On January 7th Judge Connors of Davis County ordered Andy Esquivel held in Davis County Jail without bail until further notice. We’re still waiting for the audio transcripts of the hearing, but it must not have gone well.
On January 7th the court was scheduled to review the results of Andy’s mandatory psychiatric evaluations to determine whether he was competent to stand trial. Immediately after that hearing Andy’s mug-shot appeared on the Davis County jail website with a booking time of 10:49am.
The contents of Andy’s psychiatric evaluation are sealed so we don’t know what the psychiatrists found, but my hunch is that they determined Andy to be dangerous, mentally unstable, completely delusional, and incapable of telling the difference between fantasy and reality. It only remains to be seen whether the court will determine that Andy’s mental illness is serious enough to impede his ability to receive a fair trial.
Convicted felon and serial con artist Andres “Andy” Esquivel is in jail tonight after a hearing to review the results of his court-ordered mental evaluation. We’re still waiting for the clerks to update the notes on today’s hearing, but the net result is that Andy is in Jail, which is a good start.
As yu can see in this photo, Andy is getting fatter and still hasn’t found a solution for his acne problem. That said, it must really suck to be the father of six illegitimate kids (one in diapers) who’s broke, unemployed and stuck behind bars. We can’t share the results of Andy’s mental evaluation with you because they’ve been sealed by the court, but we can tell you that whatever was in those reports, it didn’t help Andy stay free today. He was booked at 10:39am, immediately after his court hearing this morning.
I’ve lost count of the number of times Andy’s been to jail since we started exposing his scams to the world and encouraging victims to file charges. My hope is that by the time Andy gets out he will have learned a lesson and will decide to become a contributing member of society rather than a leach.