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Audrey Evans from The Apprentice – Why Her Parents Went to Prison?

March 04, 2005 01:15 AM by Joe Blackmon

AudreyevansAudrey Evans spent her final episode on The Apprentice giving what is surely going to go down as one of the most memorable speeches in reality TV history.  Just as Sue Hawk will always be associated with her "dying of thirst" speech, Audrey Evans will forever be remembered for what Reality TV Magazine is dubbing as her "I wanted to scar my face because I was so beautiful" speech.  How can you beat a speech that not only includes the expression of a desire for self-mutilation, but also talks of two parents going to prison and living in a car?  Reality TV Magazine did some checking to see if more info could be located on exactly why Audrey’s parents went to prison.  We found this site that revealed Audrey’s parents names as William & Magda Evans.  Using these names, Reality TV Magazine was able to locate the following court document: United States of America vs. William Arthur Evans & Magda Guzman Evans.  The court document states that the defendants "were charged by a superceding indictment with 130 counts of false statements to a government agency…and embezzlement or misapplication from a government child nutrition program" and "each defendant pled guilty to four of these counts, and the balance were dismissed." 

Audrey was fired at the end of the episode by Donald Trump, and in the cab ride away from Trump Tower, she seemed to be over her concern about her good looks as she gushed, "Mr. Trump did say I was beautiful."  She also delivered a quote that we have yet to figure out, "Those of us who walk away winning, win more than just a loss."  If anyone has any clues on deciphering the meaning of this quote, then please post a comment. 

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6 Responses to “Audrey Evans from The Apprentice – Why Her Parents Went to Prison?”

  1. Anonymous Says:
    May 13th, 2005 at 10:48 am

    If you’re serious about the quote then, Audrey is saying that she feels as though she is walking away a winner and that she is taking the gratification she feels with her. Hence winning more than just her figurative prize of a “loss”.

  2. J R Petersen Says:
    December 28th, 2005 at 12:11 pm

    I personally knew Audrey A. Evans. I was at her house when the Authorities had a warrant for her parents Arrest. I knew her parents enough to distinguish that they are good people. Audrey had a lot of people looking out for her including myself. Audrey never let a kick in the face get her down. Although I don’t agree with some of the choices she has made in life, I will always think of her as a leader. Just being around her made me want to better myself, and that is what I miss the most about her.

  3. jimme Says:
    September 29th, 2006 at 6:47 pm

    who the f*** cares about audrey?

  4. testuser Says:
    January 22nd, 2010 at 1:57 pm

    yo JR Petersen, LOL i was there with you when Audrey’s parents almost went down…..

    What a day that was…….


    your bro ham.

  5. twilight erotica Says:
    February 17th, 2011 at 11:30 am

    I really appreciate this post. I’ve been looking all over for this! Thank God I found it on Google. You’ve made my day! Thank you again.

  6. S. Sani Says:
    September 2nd, 2013 at 12:28 am

    “Those of us who walk away winning, win more than just a loss”
    A mere loss, especially the one experienced by Audrey, is nothing compared to her previous successes. And one is not discouraged!


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