Embassy tenant was wanted on Quebec warrant
CALGARY - The man who an Alberta senior says claimed her rental property as a "sovereign embassy" had a warrant issued for his arrest in Quebec when he stopped showing up in the middle of his assault trial.
Andreas Pirelli, who sources have confirmed also goes by Mario Antonacci, was in the middle of a trial in Montreal in May 2010 when media reports say he failed to show up and a warrant was issued.
The charges stemmed from a 2007 incident in which a landlady was allegedly thrown down a flight of stairs and broke several bones.
The Alberta senior, Rebekah Caverhill, has been locked in a two-year battle with Pirelli who she says identified himself as a follower of the Freemen-on-the-Land movement and has refused to leave the property.
A Calgary judge has now ordered Pirelli to vacate the premises by 12:01 a.m. Saturday.
Pirelli did not immediately responded to a request for comment about the Quebec charges.