A person who calls himself a real estate broker, humanitarian, pastor, and psychotherapist but has ties in various court cases over the years is none other than Pastor Norman Quintero.
The Case rulings over various Years:
The supposed congressman has been in various cases ranging from faking as a lawyer to stalking. Read more to find out:
- March 23, 2021, the pastor who was on the rails for occupying the property of Aliso Viejo unlawfully was arrested. This arrest is about the case that accuses Pastor Norman Quintero of removing music equipment, studio equipment, historical photographs, furnishings, and a grand piano worth tens of thousands of dollars. This removal of this stuff happened from Columbia building number 41. The man was finally escorted out of the building by the sheriff.
- In 2021 he has been accused of loan modification too. There is proof of charging, receiving payments about loan modifications. Many people in Texas accused him of forcing them out of their houses and into foreclosures. Due to the unfulfillment of his promises.
- In November 2020, a judgment ruling by the court against the pastor and his charity NQR, Corp. This time he was accused of entering into a sale and purchase agreement for a property. For making the sale and conducting an inspection, the building owner gave access to the pastor. Which he, later on, decided not to vacate. He resided in the building for a tenure of four months. The judge on the case asked him to leave the place.
- Following the public records, the pastor had a case in February 2012. Now, the case was under dating violence and stalking. The arrest affidavit specifies the claim of a woman who was involved in an intimate relationship with him while working for him.
- The year 2002 was no different, this time. The accusation laid on Quintero was of domestic violence this time. The Orlando newspaper of that time mentions that Quintero was running for board seat of a school. He was under custody after a fight with his wife.
- Issues with Florida bar in 1997, during this year thirty-five complaints, were registered corresponding to him for dishonestly signifying that he was an attorney. The people who lodged complaints were mainly foreigners on visas. His charges include taking money in the name of legal fees but never did anything about their cases.
Norman Quintero is involved in one or the other case over the years. So it is up to you to decide now, Congressmen, Pastor, or Convict?