Guest blog by Batman:
We can safely report to the investors, many of which have had their lives turned upside down thanks to the gaNg of thieves from 201 Lafayette Circle, that Kelly Ng and his family are doing just fine. Even under the eyes of FBI, SEC and Dept. of Labor investigations, personal (involuntary) and multiple business bankruptcies, revoked real estate licenses, settled molestation charges and termination as club volleyball coach, Kelly and his family’s “high on the hog” lifestyle has never looked better.
Video surveillance and our crackerjack private investigator have revealed the following to the blog:
The luxury cars of choice for Kelly and his family are still the big 3 – BMW, Mercedes and Cadillac. The gardeners are doing a great job on the landscape at Kelly’s palatial estate (5bd, 4.5ba, 6,441 sq. ft., 1.04 acre). The spring flowers have been planted, palm trees trimmed and tennis court looks simply marvelous. The housekeepers continue to make their regular visits. While the college funds you put into the “safe, secure and liquid” investments of RE Loans/Fund 08/RE Reno for your children and grandchildren are long gone, Kelly’s kids are not feeling the pinch at all. Kelly’s son Brandt, helped the Pepperdine Men’s Volleyball team to a mediocre 8-8 season and should finish his studies later this year or early next year. Kelly’s daughter Ayrika, after a year of studying in France, is back in the Bay Area serving up aces at the University of California at Berkeley. One thing is for sure, Walter has taught his craft of lies, stealing and deception to Kelly well. Bankruptcy is a walk in the park, the lawyers will take care of everything, take “The Fifth” and your life won’t change a bit. Stay tuned for next month, when we will be doing an exposé of the Horwitz family (Bruce, Jackie and Joel), complete with pictures of their new cars, current lifestyle upgrades and recent purchases. Then, we will follow up with Walter & Maribel with pictures from the Rossmoor golf course and dining at Walnut Creek’s finest eateries. The Lexus and Corvette have been auctioned. So, what are they driving today? Heres a hint: it’s American made car and a lot more expensive than a Chevrolet Volt.