A default judgment was entered after Curtiss, 42, failed to respond to the civil complaint filed in
The suit was filed in May by the
At about the same time, the
The case is still under investigation, ISP spokeswoman
Curtiss is president of 3% of
"I hope they (don't) just drop this case and let this guy go," said
Curtiss owes him
In an email to the Statesman, Curtiss said his property management businesses have been shut down.
"We are in the process of winding down and will make all efforts to fulfill any outstanding obligations," wrote Curtiss, who now lives in
Curtiss also faces two small-claims court actions filed over the summer in
Curtiss said the dispute did not involve rent but was about repairs to the home that Curtiss agreed to make to offset deposit costs.
Brooks denied the accusations, saying he just wanted to be paid. He said Curtiss posted an armed guard to prevent him from entering the property.
That same day,
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