According to the Utah Office of Recovery Services, Andres ‘Chicho’ Esquivel, the convicted felon who is the author of the long-con that is the subject of this blog, now owes $19,540 in back child support for two of his children here in Utah. The amount has increased because of course Andy isn’t working and hasn’t paid a cent since officials first caught up with him in Denver earlier this year. The amount doesn’t rise very quickly because Andy is being assessed at minimum wage in recognition of the fact that he hasn’t held a legitimate job in over a decade and therefore has no marketable skills aside from being a con artist.
Andy’s liabilities are mounting. Here’s a breakdown of the money Andy owes to various scam victims, exes and family according to testimony, public records, and files obtained by this website:
All told, Andy Esquivel’s current liabilities are between $185,000 (confirmed) and $285,000 (unconfirmed) total! Since Andy has no income and no assets, that is not a good place to be. I am personally a little curious where all the money went, but I guess it really doesn’t matter.
I wonder what it feels like to be a broke, unemployed, deadbeat-dad who’s awaiting trial for felony securities fraud? …must suck.