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Desc:Nick 'Spike' Bravo visits the grave of the woman whose house he stole
Category:Crime, Educational
Tags:rock bottom, spikebravo, nick bravo, grave robber
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Comment count is 36
Hooker - 2014-02-20
He can't be sent to prison soon enough.
Pillager - 2014-02-20
He's done nothing to deserve 3 hots & a cot or even a modicum of health care.

Adham Nu'man - 2014-02-20
Not to mention a sex life.

newbilus - 2014-02-20
If your beard resembles the coat of a mangy cat, you should probably shave.

5 stars for evil.
TeenerTot - 2014-02-20
It's not mange. It's LYCOI.

infinite zest - 2014-02-20
In all the videos of this guy on here, I've never watched more than maybe two of them. I thought he was referenced as a memorial prison name on an episode of NTSF but my friend was like "no that's Nick Cannon." So I guess I was getting them confused or I live under a rock.. probably both.

From what I've read on encyclopedia dramatica, I feel pretty sorry for the guy. Is there any reason why I shouldn't?
StanleyPain - 2014-02-20
I can give you one reason: stealing the homes of dead people using forged deed papers.
I don't give a shit if he was initially brought in on the scam as a patsy and didn't know what was going on. Now he does and now he's basically taken to announcing to the internet that he's stealing dead people's homes by fraud (oh, and making death threats to anyone who points this out to him).

StanleyPain - 2014-02-20
I forgot to mention, his latest scam aggravates me especially hard because someone tried to pull this shit when my grandmother died. I was the inheritor of her estate but some fuckwad trying the scam Nick is doing now attempted to take control of her house less than a month after she died. It didn't go anywhere because the county clerk was on the ball about things and I had already filed the papers about becoming the de-factor successor, but still.
Afterwards I got very strange hand-written letters from someone anonymously offering me insanely low amounts of money to "take the property off my hands" and I just turned all the info over to the courts. It was a scam similar to what Nick and his real-estate fraud boyfriend are doing now.

EvilHomer - 2014-02-20
There's a lot of reasons to hate Nick. We've all felt sorry for him at one point or another, and that is, I think, the centrsl drama to his story, the core reason why people love to hate the poor guy. You let your guard down, you give him sympathy, and then he turns around and abuses a dog or tells veterans he's glad their friends died.

The whole "stealing houses from dead people" thing is a new low, though. For those of you who haven't been following the most recent developments, here's a link:

http://happycabbie.wordpress.com/2014/02/09/why-i-dont-feel-sy mpathy-for-corkys-fall/

tl;dr summary: It turns out that Corky and his friend forged a number of documents, and used these blatantly fraudulent papers to steal houses from dead people, such as the woman whose grave he is visiting now.

Originally, Nick's organized gangstalkers assumed he and Tim-the-Christian were engaged in a "straw buyer" scheme; a practice which, while technically illegal, is somewhat boring and esoteric, and which Nick may not have even known was wrong. But as it turns out, they were doing something far, far worse. They were going around LA looking for houses left abandoned after their owners had died. Nick and Tim would then forge joint tenantship documents, claiming that the previous owners (many of whom died years ago, back when Nick was still living on HappyCabbie's couch) had not only met Nick, but had willed away their property in his name.

Tom Davis, Nick's chief perp, has amassed an absolutely damning body of evidence (some of which can be seen through the link I provided) and there's absolutely no doubt that Nick knew precisely what he was doing the entire time. So fuck him. He's done.

Hooker - 2014-02-20
There's another incredible wrinkle to this story: Nick spent all of his money on a sports car and a bunch of bullshit to further a ludicrous acting career. He has since had to sell the car and his acting career turned into a student film he was in. Basically, in no time at all, he spent all the money and has nothing to show for it. Money he got from grave robbery.

yogarfield - 2014-02-20
Setting aside all of his moral blights, it's perfectly OK to hate him for his voice alone. In lieu of vocal chords, he has a colony of sentient phlegm that attempts to mimic human speech.

Here's to hoping Corky's squeals aren't a bonerkill to all the dudes who will be smashing in his back door in the near future.

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2014-02-20
He's an idiot but you shouldn't feel sorry for him.

He is aggressively stupid and arrogant, a combination which has drawn the Internet to him. As others have stated, he was not aware of the real estate scam at first but now that he is, and he has made this public, not realizing that he is publicly producing evidence which damns him as being a guilty party.

The simple truth is, very few people who have any common sense would just blow through 0,000 as if it was nothing. I once knew a guy that blew ,000 on a self published novel which was one of the worst things I ever attempted to read (it was about immortal gay clones all having sex with each other). The back cover didn't even have an excerpt, it was just crowded with quotes from various pages in an incoherent manner. Also, he had never bothered to read a novel in his life. Like, ever. Also he almost burned his house down by throwing water on a grease fire and you could see the burn marks all over the very high ceiling. (I was friends with his roommate, who told me story after story of this guy...he was a trust fund baby)

So did I feel sorry for this guy? No.

Because sometimes you make your own bed and have to lie in it.

Nick Bravo has created all of his own problems. This isn't bad luck. It's willfully believing he is so great and amazing he just deserves good things without learning a single goddamn life lesson. Or anything at all.

I just hope the initial arrest and subsequent breakdown video will be captured and posted to the Internet just as quickly as these diatribes of his.

craptacular - 2014-02-20
oh wow there really IS a fan forum! and this was on it:
http://newcorky.forumotion.com/t323-does-anyone-have-a-good-pi cture-of-nick-frowning-and-looking-despondent#2800

2 stars for the painting, 2 stars for the quote below the painting and one star for this video...
plus 4 more ghost stars i guess

StanleyPain - 2014-02-20
It's important to note here that Nick's mentor, Tim "PeaceInChrist" has probably done about 10 times the amount of fraud as Nick has and apparently has made a career out of it. In all likelihood, Tim has been purposefully grooming Nick as a patsy for some time (Nick does all the hard work, leaves the paper trail, and will be the one the law comes after). I believe there was probably a point maybe about a year ago, maybe less, where this had to have dawned on Nick and he had a way of getting out of it. Instead of getting out of it, he continued. At that point, I think Nick stepped beyond just being an internet douchebag and truly became the kind of person you should never feel bad about hating on. Nick is probably angry that he is now in a situation where he couldn't get out if he wanted do because Tim essentially owns him, but there you go. Such are the ways of this sort of shit.

infinite zest - 2014-02-20
Thanks for the history lesson, poeTV! I guess the bigger, and most obvious question is (mental illness or not) why would you post all this shit online!? If I was taking even an instagram and there was as much as a one-hitter in the background I'd be like "oh shit.. better take that down.. weed's not legal in my state!

ya know because all 500,000,000 of my instagram followers.. gotta be a narc somewhere in there.

yogarfield - 2014-02-20
That is Evilhomer's painting, btw.

infinite zest - 2014-02-20
you know.. because.. I'm super popular in instagram! I got more hearts on my sleeve than Paul fucking Westerberg.

EvilHomer - 2014-02-21
LOL, yeah, that's mine. I posted the link before, but here it is again in case you missed it:


Still haven't finished it (I've been busy roughing out a painting of Illuminati Miley Cyrus in a fursuit) but I hope to get back to Nick this weekend.

If anyone here is a talented screenwriter, what I'd really love to see is the Nick Bravo story as gritty, modern day retelling of Crime and Punishment - the parallels between Corky and Raskolnikov are too perfect, and it's PoMo-high-concept enough that you could probably convince James Franco or Shia La Boeuf to produce it. Philip Seymour Hoffman would have made a great Nick, but now that he's gone, maybe Andy Serkis? FREE IDEA. WILL WIN YOU AN OSCAR!

newbilus - 2014-02-21


Old People - 2014-02-21
5'd for everyone's comments.
This terrible little rat-man has been the source of so much joy and creativity. I hope the judge takes that into account when the time comes.

baleen - 2014-02-20
I wish somebody had saved those videos where I made him cry under my old KoroOutbreak account.
I could really use it.
misterbuns - 2014-02-20
oh man i want deers.

what went down

baleen - 2014-02-20
It's an old story. Around when spike first started he made an extremely pretentious video about Schopenhauer and women\love in front of a bookcase. I left a simple youtube comment about Schopenhauer dying alone with his cat, which is what actually happened to Schopenhauer. Spike made a tearful video addressing the comment. I made a couple videos in response to his videos. He cast a spell on me on another video, which was pretty cool. The gist of the spell was pouring salt into a sink and saying that everything I do will come back to me tenfold, which is sort of ironic given the fact that I am a pretty nice person and I help people in real life and he steals houses from dead people.

He has since deleted his accounts. I don't think anybody saved this exchange.

EvilHomer - 2014-02-20
You could always ask the people on his official fan forum. They've got tons of obscure Nick-o-bilia, one may very well have archived those vids.

oddeye - 2014-02-20
OMG I thought I had never seen a Nick Bravo video before but I distinctly remember someone pouring salt down a sink and saying shit about 10 fold karma. My entire life may be nothing more than a lie.

StanleyPain - 2014-02-20
Nick's early videos where he claimed to be into occult magic and shit were way better than what he eventually moved on to. Ahh..the salad days.

chumbucket - 2014-02-21
YouTube needs more jewish wizardry.

misterbuns - 2014-02-20
deers? what the balls.

Adham Nu'man - 2014-02-20
I like turtles.

ShiftlessRastus - 2014-02-20
I'll pay the full price for Eleanor's gravestone if I am allowed to smash his head with it until his beady eyes burst and his jagged teeth go rattling down the sidewalk like spilled popcorn kernels.
misterbuns - 2014-02-21
well i am turned on.

Cena_mark - 2014-02-20
I haven't really kept up with the Nick story. I wish I'd payed better attention, because it seems to be getting pretty exciting now.
Can someone please summarize it?
Cena_mark - 2014-02-20
Sweet. Turns out he has an ED page. That'll do.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2014-02-21
Ok, why isn't he in jail by now?
chumbucket - 2014-02-21
This is a guy who seems to want to have a rock bottom somewhere in the infinite dark pit of his life and therefore actually and tragically can never hit that bottom.
Jet Bin Fever - 2014-02-23
Of course he is asking for money. Absolutely shameless.
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