Posted on January 27, 2014 in Andy Esquivel's Scams
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 is the best thing I’ve read all day.
WHOA! Did Andy’s most recent attorney dump him too?
No, he just told the court that Andy is crazy and ordered Andy to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. To me that counts as throwing Andy under the bus. 🙂
Ah. Then I shall accept it as such. 🙂