A year has passed and the end is here. Kayden was sentenced on Monday and gets one day in prison and three years probation. The records I have doesn’t say anything about paying restitution or any damages to the family of six who lost their home. Maybe there are other more extensive records out there that go more into detail about damages and legal fees.
I can’t imagine Kayden walking completely clean and doesn’t have to pay for her crime in one way or another. One day in prison and three years probation is not punishment. That’s a slap on the wrist while a family lost the home they had lived in for the past 15 years.
People are losing their homes everyday. So I can’t see any judge looking at this case and see how it all went down behind the scenes and not make her pay financially.
While Kayden talks about her horses and blogs about her new home, a disabled war veteran, his wife, and their four children lost their home in a scheme Kayden was involved in. Hope all the people that still defend her never fall on bad times and fear where they and their children will be sleeping next.
Kayden was first charged in Superior Court of California with Grand Theft (PC 487 (A) – Felony) and Real Estate Fraud (CCC1695.3 – Felony). The Grand Theft felony charge was dismissed while instead she plead no contest to a misdemeanor on the Real Estate Fraud charge.
If you want to catch up with everything that happened when this case first started, you can start reading on page 12 here on my blog under her category. Or find where it starts on September 17, 2008 and continue reading from the bottom up. Keep on clicking Previous Page instead of Previous Entries.