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Judge Denies Alex Thompson’s Petition

Alex Thompson is facetiously known in her current residence of Venice as suffering from “compulsive litigation disorder” — in serious fact, she uses the threat of litigation and/or the actual filing of lawsuits to intimidate those who reveal her past and present criminal records.

As manager of the Recycled Percussion band in New Hampshire, she committed several counts of fraud/embezzlement, resulting in the severing of ties between her and the band. A year or so later, after having had no dealings with the band for a length of time, Thompson came out of nowhere to file a suit against a member of the band, just as they were to be judged on the popular America’s Got Talent show on television. The timing and nature of the charges made it transparent that it was a lawsuit of opportunity. This was bolstered by the eventual findings of the court that it was actually Alex Thompson who had been stealing from the company. The band was awarded a judgment of $1.3 million — the total amount of what she stole and cost the band in legal defense fees.

More recently, she has been using the threat of restraining orders against her local critics in Venice, even actually filing a petition for a restraining order against Ivonne A Guzman, a community advocate with years of local cred who serves as a Community Officer of the Venice Neighborhood Council. Fortunately, the wisdom of the legal system prevailed again in this case as the judge denied Alex Thompson’s petition for a restraining order.

Below is a summary of the proceedings in this case. The complete text of the legal briefs will be attached in the future.

Case Number: SS020655
ALEXANDRIA THOMPSON VS. IVONNE A. GUZMAN

Filing Date: 04/12/2011
Case Type: Civil Harassment (General Jurisdiction)
Status: Judgment by Court-Petition denied 05/03/2011

Parties

ALEXANDRIA THOMPSON – Petitioner

GUZMAN IVONNE A. – Respondent & Respondent in Pro Per

IVONNE A. GUZMAN – Respondent

THOMPSON ALEXANDRIA – Petitioner & Petitioner in Pro Per

Documents Filed (Filing dates listed in descending order)

05/03/2011 Proof of Service
Filed by Petitioner & Petitioner in Pro Per

04/12/2011 Order to Show Cause & TRO(CLETS)
Filed by Petitioner & Petitioner in Pro Per

04/12/2011 Pet for Injunctive Order-Harrassment

Proceedings Held

05/03/2011 at 08:30 am in Department WEA, Joseph S. Biderman, Presiding
OSC re Prelim. Injunc. and TRO – Petition Denied

Source: http://www.lasuperiorcourt.org/

Case Number: SS020655
ALEXANDRIA THOMPSON VS. IVONNE A. GUZMAN

Details pertaining to her second-degree felony conviction in Texas have for the most part been published on this site, as is a summary of the $1.3 million judgment against her in New Hampshire. This career criminal is involved in other cases in the California Superior Court system — details and further analysis of this and those other cases will be published upon review.

According to her published statements in the media, Alex Thompson came to Midtown LA upon the invitation of of the Wilshire Center Business Improvement District, whose operations director is Michael P. Russell, a WC-K Neighborhood Council Board Member & co-chair of the LAPD Olympic Division C-PAB.

Alex Thompson is proud of her associations with the Hollywood and Pacific Division of the LAPD and has frequent convivial public conversations with law enforcement officials in Los Angeles, at least one of whom readily vouches for her when questioned by media outlets.

Compulsive litigation disorder?

To quote from The Independent: Litigation should carry a government health warning, because in the wrong hands it can be as addictive as a class A drug. Once exposed to the adrenaline rush of a courtroom appearance, some litigants will go on to develop a litigation habit and cannot exist without their regular fix of the law. Vexatious litigants have lost all fear and respect for the courts and their officials.

Bank of America vs. Alexandria Thompson

This is a recent collections case against professional con artist Alexandria Thompson, known in Venice as Alex Thompson (@Venice311) and in Koreatown as the founder/operator of @Koreatown311.

Documents attached to this case will be published soon, as well as links to her other court cases. Details pertaining to her second-degree felony conviction in Texas have for the most part been published on this site, as is a summary of the $1.3 million judgment against her in New Hampshire. What follows is a summary of Bank of America’s successful action against Alexandria Thompson.

According to her published statements in the media, Alex Thompson came to Midtown LA upon the invitation of of the Wilshire Center BID, whose operations director is Michael P. Russell, a WC-K Neighborhood Council Board Member & co-chair of the LAPD Olympic Division C-PAB.

With documented use of the aliases of Amie Marie Thmpson, Amie M. Thompson, Alexandria Thompson, Alexandra Thompson, and Amiendthia Thompson, this con artist has presented herself to the media as Alex Thompson, identifying herself as the founder/operator of Gorgeous Digital, @StalkingAlex, Venice 311, @HollywoodLA311, @LAPDScanner, Scannerazzi, and @Koreatown311.

She has finagled support from Pacific and Hollywood Divisions of the LAPD, particularly from Marc Reina who readily vouches for her when questioned by media outlets. Her franchise in Koreatown has been promoted by Olympic Division’s Gordon Helper and Joseph Pelayo. Gordon Helper has been sued by Hany Gerges, Konstantina Zarkas, and at least one other plaintiff. Joseph Pelayo has been sued by Vincent Pagkaliwangan.


Case Number: 11C00572
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. VS. THOMPSON, ALEXANDRIA

Filing Date: 02/03/2011
Case Type: COLLECTIONS CASE
Filing Court: Santa Monica Courthouse
Status: DISPOSED BY JUDGMENT

Parties

Plaintiff: BANK OF AMERICA N.A.
Attorney: LAW OFFICES OF PATENAUDE & FELIX, A.P.C. – MICHAEL R. BOULANGER ESQ

Defendant: THOMPSON ALEXANDRIA
Attorney: None

Histories (Dates listed in descending order)

11/01/2011 JUDGMENT DEFAULT BY CLERK ENTERED AS FOLLOWS:

11/01/2011 JUDGMENT ENTERED AS A FINAL DISPOSITION ON 11/01/11.
FOR (BANK OF AMERICA, N.A.). AGAINST (THOMPSON, ALEXANDRIA)
PRINCIPAL $ 4116.02 . ATTORNEY FEES $0.00 . INTEREST $ 0.00 . COSTS $ 287.50 . TOTAL $4,403.52 .

10/17/2011 REQUEST FOR ENTRY OF DEFAULT RECEIVED AS TO (THOMPSON, ALEXANDRIA) .

10/17/2011 REQUEST FILED AND DEFAULT ENTERED OF (THOMPSON, ALEXANDRIA) . DECLARATION UNDER 585.5 CCP, DECLARATION PURSUANT TO 587 CCP, MEMO OF COSTS, AND DECLARATION OF NON-MILITARY STATUS FILED.

10/17/2011 REQUEST FOR ENTRY OF JUDGMENT BY CLERK FOR DEFAULT ENTERED AS TO (THOMPSON, ALEXANDRIA) ON 10/17/11 FILED. DECLARATION UNDER 585.5 CCP, MEMO OF COSTS IN THE SUM OF $ 287.50 , AND DECLARATION OF NON-MILITARY STATUS FILED.

10/17/2011 DECLARATION RE: SEC. 585(D) CCP FILED.

10/17/2011 DECLARATION RE: WAIVER OF ATTORNEY’S FEES FILED.

10/17/2011 DECLARATION RE: SEC. 1033 CCP FILED.

10/17/2011 DISMISSAL WITHOUT PREJUDICE FILED AS TO DOES / ROES 1-15, [INCLUSIVE] ONLY.

10/17/2011 PROPOSED JUDGMENT FILED.

07/18/2011 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE HEARING SIGNED AND FILED BY DIANA M. WHEATLEY TO SHOW WHY SANCTIONS SHOULD NOT BE IMPOSED FOR FAILURE TO FILE REQUEST FOR ENTRY OF DEFAULT JUDGMENT PURSUANT TO CRC 3.740(F). MATTER CONTINUED FOR HEARING ON 01/26/12 AT 08:30A M., IN DEPT. WED . CERTIFICATE OF MAILING FILED, GIVEN TO RESPECTIVE PARTIES/ COUNSEL.

03/01/2011 PROOF OF SERVICE RE: SUMMONS, COMPLAINT, CIVIL CASE COVER SHEET/ADDENDUM, STATEMENT LOCATION, NTC OF CASE ASSIGNMENT FILED. SERVED AS TO (THOMPSON, ALEXANDRIA) BY SUB-SERVING ROBIN DOE . COSTS OF $ 62.50

02/03/2011 COLLECTIONS CASE COMPLAINT FILED PURSUANT TO CRC 3.740. RN SM538602023.

02/03/2011 SUMMONS ISSUED.

02/03/2011 SUMMONS FILED.

02/03/2011 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE HEARING/CASE MANAGEMENT REVIEW SIGNED AND FILED BY DIANA M. WHEATLEY TO SHOW WHY SANCTIONS SHOULD NOT BE IMPOSED FOR FAILURE TO FILE PROOF OF SERVICE PURSUANT TO CRC 3.740(E). MATTER SET FOR HEARING ON 08/05/11 AT 08:30A M., IN DEPT. WED . CERTIFICATE OF MAILING FILED.

02/03/2011 NOTICE OF CASE ASSIGNMENT ON FILE. CASE IS ASSIGNED TO DEPT. WED OF HONORABLE DIANA M. WHEATLEY.

To summarize, the Court ordered in November 2011 that Bank of America be paid $4,403.52 by Alexandria Thompson. The amount is a pittance compared to the $1.3 million judgement relating to the fraud/embezzlement she committed in New Hampshire. Known locally in Venice as Alex Thompson, this career criminal is involved in other cases in the California Superior Court system — details and further analysis of this and those other cases will be published upon review.

Source: http://www.lasuperiorcourt.org/civilCaseSummary/index.asp?CaseType=Civil

Case Number: 11C00572
BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. VS. THOMPSON, ALEXANDRIA