Among Possessions of 'Landlords From Hell' Revealed in Bankruptcy Filing: Nifty $1k Handgun
|There's $1,000 toward your debt...|
It's of limited solace to the doused tenants, but it could have been worse: Among the possessions the landlord couple claimed in their recent Chapter Seven bankruptcy filing was a Sig Sauer handgun valued at $1,000. This piece, incidentally, is in the District Attorney's safekeeping.
Glancing up and down the 47-page document, the Macys appear to own remarkably few possessions for a couple with more than $1 million in property (and $1.5 million in liabilities). Also, we discovered no goods indicating a mindset of the sort the "Landlords From Hell" are accused of possessing (Williams-Sonoma Ammonia cozies?) Here's what we did find:
- Again, for a couple with addresses in Sausalito and Incline Village, the Macys seem to have remarkably few possessions of worth (at this point, at least). They claim to own only $1,000 in apparel for the both of them (that's 500 V-neck undershirts from Old Navy, sure -- but, still, this doesn't sound like much for a couple of means). The value of Nicole's wedding ring, however: $5,000.
- Only $500 worth of books. That's just depressing.
- They have 21 months remaining on a lease for an Audi A4, but the cars they own -- a 1995 Jeep Wranger and a '94 Volvo 940 -- are valued at $3,000 and $1,500, respectively.
- Finally, here's the kicker. The bankruptcy filing holds out "unkown" amounts of money for potential claims against Jake's Bail Bonds for failure to renew a bond and (this is the one that caught our eye) Andrew Zacks, one of the city's more prominent landlord attorneys, for "legal malpractice."
Yes, that is an image of a Sig Sauer P220 Match. Buy one here.