Randy and Evi Quaid Add Names to "Star Whackers" Hit List
Randy Quaid is speaking out, telling reporters he and his wife Evi are not crazy. But during a TV interview, the pair recently added three names to what they say is the "Hollywood Star Whackers" hit list. INSIDE EDITION has more.
Actor Randy Quaid and his wife Evi speak out about the "Hollywood Star Whackers," a shadowy group they claim wants to kill them.
"They follow us. They tail us. They tag our cell phones. They hack our computer," Randy said during an interview with Good Morning America.
"It's the Mafia. It's organized crime," Evi added.
The Quaids also added three new names to the "Star Whackers" hit list: Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears, and Mel Gibson.
Evi says Gibson's infamous phone rant at girlfriend Oksana was a setup job.
"I think he was drugged, I think he was slipped a mickey. That's my personal opinion," she said.
Randy says he also fears for his younger brother, actor Dennis Quaid.
"I love my brother very much. We have had our differences, but I'm concerned about him," he said.
Dennis Quaid had no comment about his older brother's bizarre behavior.
Meanwhile, Randy told reporters he and his wife Evi are sane: "We are not criminals nor are we fugitives from justice, nor are we crazy," he read from a prepared statement.
Randy, who is seeking asylum in Canada, became choked up when reading the part of the statement referring to actor friends he claims were murdered:
"Eight actors, all of whom...all of whom I have worked with and was close to."
He also got worked up during the GMA appearance because his wife was hogging the interview
"Evi will you shut up for a minute, please!" he shouted.
But Randy says despite the squabble, their struggles have only brought them closer.
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