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The 'Brokeback Mountain' actor, who left the U.S. following his arrest in 2010, has now appealed to federal court after the Canadian government refused his request.
Randy Quaid is celebrating his wife's winning over residency request after officials granted her permission to settle permanently in Canada.
After failing to show up at a dourt date on December 16, Evi Quaid is a wanted woman again on Thursday, a judge approved a new $100,000 arrest warrant.
The actor's lawyer claims he could not attend the court hearing in California on November 16 because Canadian officials had confiscated his passport, but the judge refuses the excuse.
Originally asked to attend a court date on November 8, Randy Quaid has now been ordered to attend a court hearing on date 23 in the same month.
The Quaids were no show at court date on November 2 because the two decided to remain in Canada rather than attended a mandatory arraignment in Santa Barbara, California.
The actor who believes that he's being hunted by a mysterious cult of 'star whackers' said his brother is also victim of accountants like him.
The actor defended his action, saying he and wife Evi had never had a run-in with the law until last year when they started to believe someone would kill them for money.
The couple was released from an immigration holding center in Vancouver, Canada after posting a $10,000 bond.
Details of the actor's detention have not been disclosed but a Canada Border Services Agency spokesperson confirms he and his wife were still in jail on Tuesday.
The troubled couple was arrested on October 21 on U.S. outstanding warrant stemming from felony burglary bust in September, delivering their intention to stay in Canada.
The actor and his wife skipped another court date in Santa Barbara for their squatting case.
The Quaids have left police station after posting $50,000 bail and the two are now facing charges of felony residential burglary and a misdemeanor of entering a non-commercial building.
The 60-year-old actor and his wife Evi Quaid were taken into custody on Saturday afternoon, September 18 after allegedly squatting in a Montecito, California home.
The actor claims his financial advisers made fraudulent real estate loans in his name and stole a number of his pay checks.