Eric Noveshen has nothing to lose. At least that’s the story he’s been telling since 2005. The man knows how play the pity card that’s for sure. The story begins with his bankruptcy filing in 2005. He had nothing for the creditors to take, he had nothing to lose by filing. His home hidden in his mother’s name, he made a deal to pay for his beat up RX7, his wife had left him in 2003, he had nothing to lose. In his own words, when Noveshen has nothing to lose, he is dangerous. “See here’s the thing, Christie,” Noveshen said to his ex-wife, “when someone has nothing to lose, you really don’t put them in a good position.”
In this situation, Noveshen is telling his ex-wife, Christina Carter, he has nothing to lose, she was trying to work out a custody arrangement with him so they could avoid going to court. But that’s no fun for a vexatious litigant like Eric Noveshen. See if the court case ended he would need a new individual or company to kick around in court. Eric Noveshen has nothing to lose and that’s why he’s dangerous in court. He won’t lose his job spending too many hours on his cases, he hasn’t had a real job in a year and between 2005-2013 he was self employed making money off market manipulations. He couldn’t lose his home, he hasn’t had one in his name since 2003 and doesn’t pay the mortgage anyway. He won’t lose money paying a lawyer, he plays his own lawyer. He tells so many lies in court he believes them so he doesn’t lose integrity . So his warning to Ex-Carter was genuine.
And that’s the RUB folks. Eric Noveshen has nothing to lose and that’s what makes dealing with Noveshen dangerous, he thrives being in the position of making his opponent lose, if nothing else money for legal fees, while he risks nothing. How else would he get away with jabs at his ex-wife like, “your head firmly planet in the clouds,” if it wasn’t under the guise of litigation?