First, the news on the home in Seven Oaks defaulting is old news, so I am not sure why they are covering now. However, they also give us an interview with Jennifer Crisp and an update on the commerical building on Stockdale.
From KGET.com website
17News has tried repeatedly to speak to Crisp. This afternoon, when Reporter Kiyoshi Tomono went to his house, Crisp's wife, Jennifer, said her husband was at work when 17 News knocked on her door Wednesday.
"You are saying bad things about my husband," Jennifer Crisp said. "I don't want to talk about it."
On Friday, county records show Crisp took out a fifth mortgage on a 10,000-square-foot office building at 8800 Stockdale Highway. He borrowed $650,000 against the building.
Crisp has taken out four other deeds—one for $1.375 million on April 12, another for $505,000 on April 13, a third for $200,000 on April 25, and a fourth for $48,000 that same day. That means he's taken $2.78 million in loans on the Stockdale Highway property. Crisp bought the building for $2.5 million in April, and property prices in Kern County have continued to decline over the last year.