It looks like the end is near for the Serin family's property-owning days. According to the Sacramento Court records, the Notice of Default on their property has been changed to a Notice of Trustee Sale. This typically means that sometime in the next month the guy in the funny hat outside the courthouse will auction off the Serin home, just as he did with one of Casey's properties way back when.
We're not sure what Casey will do then. There has been very little leaking out about this and his Facebook wall has been invisible for some time. There was some discussion in some circles about the fact that Casey's debt was at least 10% of his parents' obligation, and while there's no real corroborating evidence, that seems about right to us. How it might be impacted by a parental bankruptcy is unclear.
Prior to going blank on Facebook, Casey also alluded to possibly traveling and leaving the country for a while. He was discussing WWOOFing as one possibility of getting to the island of his dreams, and also mentioned something about some guy with big plans for an island resort in Fiji who was going to hire him into a great "opportunity." It's unclear if any of this came together.
What is clear is that the Serin parents will be renters for a long time to come, probably in a more modest home which won't have space for a moocher in his own bedroom. Casey's future looks like it'll involve sleeping on the sofa in some 2-bedroom condo where his parents and younger sister each get a room and he gets told that he can have his own space when he gets a job and pays for it.
For Casey this will be a major disaster. Sleeping on the sofa will mean rising at a normal hour with the rest of the family. It'll mean no late-nite blogging and Facebooking. It'll mean no getting high and acting stupid. And it's now winter, so sleeping in his vansion in the inaccessible snow-covered foothills will no longer be an option.
It sucks to be Casey's family in the best of times. While we have our quibbles with the way they've handled the boi, we do wish them well through their hard times. It sucks even more to be Casey though, but at this point we find it difficult to wish him anything but the roughest of times as he has clearly earned them.
Finally, we wonder how Casey missed the opportunity to start a blog about all this?
And that's the way things are at FalseCasey HQ, where we're late but had to stick around long enough to pass this news along.