I mean, if you’re going to try living in a home that’s not yours, this is the one to try.
A South Carolina couple has been arrested for breaking into the Mooresville, North Carolina home of NASCAR Cup Series driver Ricky Stenhouse Jr. – and trying to claim it for themselves.
According to Rowan County Sheriff Kevin Auten, Darius Trrone Hall and Nataijah Shaieena Fields were arrested inside Stenhouse’s mansion and charged with breaking and entering, trespassing, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Couple claiming allegiance to ‘Moorish Nation’ arrested after squatting in NASCAR driver’s multi-million dollar mansion, authorities say (Moorish sovereign) https://t.co/iRHH9PQYru
The couple claimed to be part of a group called the Moorish Nation, which shares views similar to the sovereign citizen movement and believe that the government is illegitimate and thus has no authority over them. They also often try to claim property that belongs to others (bold move to go straight for the multi-million dollar mansion).
Stenhouse, who currently drives the #47 car for JTG Daugherty Racing in the NASCAR Cup Series, recently listed the mansion for sale for a whopping $16 million dollars. The five-bedroom, six-bathroom house features an infinity pool and pool house, putting green, fitness training facility, a 3-acre pond and guest living quarters.
The property also includes an 18-stall horse stable and a covered arena for horse riding with a full sound system.
With all that space, would anybody even know if there were a couple of squatters hanging out on the property?
Gotta give the couple credit: If you’re going to try to claim somebody else’s house, this is a good one to pick.
Denny Hamlin Gives Drunk Fan A Ride Home From Watkins Glen
That’s one hell of a designated driver.
Apparently one NASCAR fan partied a little too hard on Saturday at Watkins Glen, ahead of today’s Go Bowling at the Glen.
When Kyle Jordan found himself needing a ride, he somehow managed to get one from…Denny Hamlin.