Actor Randy Quaid is suing an Indianapolis Bail Bonds Company (American Surety) for posting bail for he and his wife without any approval. Allegedly, Mr. Quaid and his wife Evi, were arrested in Vancouver for failing to appear in court in California on squatting charges. The court issued bail in the amount of $50,000 for each Mr. Quaid and his wife Evi. Mr. Quaid is adamant that not he or his wife hired American Surety to post bail on their behalf and they are now suing the company for unspecified damages in lost wages and emotional distress. So, you ask, why would a bail bonds company subject themselves to legal action for posting bail without any consent? The answer will remain unknown as it is not clear whether or not a member for the Quaid’s family hired the Surety company to post bail. We will see what happens.