Order on unpaid bill thrown to Republican candidate for Governor of California in discussion


The process server suspended the California Governor’s debate on Tuesday night and threw documents to a Republican candidate who was ordered to pay a consultant about $ 100,000 from 2018.

A strange scene unfolds at the Sacramento Guild Theater when Republicans face off in a race to leave Governor Gavin Newsom. Next month’s call election..

As the debate began and San Diego businessman John Cox introduced himself, private detective Aman Choudhry walked to the stage and threw documents at the candidate’s feet, saying, “John Cox, you Served. A judge’s order from the San Diego Superior Court. “

A San Diego judge ordered Cox to pay $ 97,587.43 to Sandler Innosenji of Alexandria, Virginia, who is creating a political ad.

Founding partner Jim Innosenji told NBC News Wednesday.

Cox was a candidate for Republican governor in 2018, and Newsom easily carried deep blue California with about 3 million votes. Or about 61.9% to 38.1%.

The documents filed on Tuesday ordered Cox to appear in the debtor exam so that Sandler-Innocenzi’s lawyer could ask the judgment debtor about his assets.

“(Cox) used the work, and (Cox) benefited from these commercials on television.” Innosenji saidHe added that the money he was trying to get back was the production costs he faced.

“The original $ 55,000 was for all these vendors, people hired from California, and hard-working Californians. John Cox was running to protect him because he was ignored by special interests. So he ignored them too, he just stiffened them. “

With ongoing interest and legal fees, the bill is currently moving towards $ 150,000, according to Innosenji.

Choudhry said he arrived at the guild theater an hour before the debate and walked around the building hoping to arrive at Cox before going on stage. But when the discussion begins, private detective He said he had no other choice.

“My goal was just to serve him. That’s all I was worried about,” Choudhry told NBC News. “I didn’t care if it was a public or private place. This guy was avoiding (service), he was ducking and dodging everyone.”

With a Cox lawyer Campaign manager We couldn’t contact you immediately for comment on Wednesday.

Campaign spokesperson earlier this year Admitted the judgment However, Cox said the invoice filed by Sandler-Innocenzi was delayed and considered too expensive.

“There is a dispute over suspicious and exorbitant charges for the campaign,” a spokesman told the Los Angeles Times.

Cox Considered to be above the 46 candidates WHO I want to exchange Newsome for Golden State Voter dismisses him on September 14..

The challenger staged an unconventional campaign, 1,000 pounds Kodiak bear And 8 feet-Tall ball of trash To send his message.

Cox (66 years old) Cast yourself As a “beast” and Repeatedly labeled Newsom “A cute boy”.Garbage balls should be a symbol of the state Continued struggle with the homeless..