More Problems for Robert Craddock

We have 2 Orders entered by the District of Nevada against Fun Club USA and its figurehead, Robert Craddock; the first is an ORDER to show cause:

This matter is before the Court on Defendant Fun Club USA, Inc.’s failure to retain new
counsel. This Court’s Order (#23) gave Defendant until August 25, 2014 to retain new counsel.
To date, the Defendant has not complied. Accordingly,

IT IS ORDERED that Defendant Fun Club USA, Inc. shall show cause, in writing, no later
than October 6, 2014, why sanctions should not be imposed for the failure to comply with this
Court’s prior order. Failure to timely respond to this Order to Show Cause may result in the
imposition of sanctions up to and including a recommendation to the District Judge to strike
Defendant’s Answer and enter a default judgment against Defendant for violation of the Court’s
order.

And, surprise, surprise, Fun Club USA did not comply with that Court ORDER, so there’s this:

FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATION AND  ORDER

This matter is before the Court on the Order to Show Cause (#25), filed September 24,
2014, wherein this Court ordered Defendant Fun Club USA, Inc. to show cause, in writing, no later
than October 6, 2014, why sanctions should not be imposed for its failure to comply with this
Court’s prior order (#23) to retain counsel. To date, Defendant Fun Club USA, Inc. has failed to
comply. Accordingly,

RECOMMENDATION
IT IS RECOMMENDED by the undersigned United States Magistrate Judge that the
Answer of Defendant Fun Club USA, Inc. should be stricken and its default entered based on
Defendant’s failure to comply with this Court’s Order to obtain counsel.

ORDER
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the Clerk of the Court shall mail a copy of this Findings
& Recommendation and Order to Defendant Fun Club USA, Inc., c/o Robert Craddock, xxxx
Baron Court, Port Orange, Florida 32128.

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