Libby Muelhaupt
Elizabeth Muelhaupt
Libby Elizabeth Muelhaupt
Libby Muelhaupt Common 

July 2014, John Common found in Las Vegas! You can find him at 30 Strada diVillagio #321 Henderson NV 89011
John Common is in Las Vegas and using the aliases John Cavelli; Jac Khavari; or John Cavelli. Don’t be conned, it’s actually John Common!
He is running a Student Loan scam. Commercial real estate scams.
Libby Muelhaupt, Elizabeth Muelhaupt notified authorities in Nevada regarding John Common's endangering a minor and child abuse in Nevada.
Criminal investigation underway!!
If you see John Common (look at these photos) in Nevada or Arizona please let Police know.
He has a July 2014 current arrest warrant!!

Click below to see news video of John Common

Libby Muelhaupt wins $500K in Internet Libel suit against ex-husband
John "Twinkle Toes" Common.

June 19, 2013: Libby Muelhaupt won $500,000 in damages stemming from an internet libel case against her ex-husband, John "Twinkle Toes" Common, as John Common is known, opened multiple web sites in Libby Muelhaupt's name as well as comments and postings on consumer websites to libel her and blame her for his own actions. Court Documents proved that everything John A. Common wrote were, in fact, lies and intended to defame and damage his 4th ex-wife. An arrest warrant (the second one in 2 months) was issued for John Common. John Common cowardly fled and is believed to be living in Mesa, AZ but is using a NYC mailing address for his latest company "SPF New York".

August 9, 2013: Libby Muelhaupt wins another case against John Common AKA "Twinkle Toes". John A. Common was not available for comment. Bounty hunters are now searching for John "Twinkle Toes" Common. When captured he will face criminal charges for contempt, uttering false checks, failing to pay child support, fleeing, and endangering a minor.

Libby Muelhaupt Supports Our Troops!!

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Looking for ways to support and honor U.S. military servicemembers and veterans who protect our security and freedom? In years past, you could wrap up a care package and mail it to "Any Service Member" for the holidays, but with increased mail restrictions, the Pentagon is asking people to help through financial contributions, letter-writing and e-mail, purchasing authorized pre-made care packages, or volunteering time through non-profits.

Below are links to programs that offer aid to our military -- everything from care packages to emergency services to military family support. Show your pride in our armed forces today, either by purchasing a gift or card for a servicemember, or donating to programs that support our military.

Cards, Letters, Gifts, and Care Packages

In addition, the U.S. Postal Service is no longer accepting "Any Service Member" or "Any Wounded Service Member" letters or packages. Mail to "Any Service Member" that is deposited into a collection box will not be delivered. Instead of sending an "Any Wounded Soldier" letter or package to Walter Reed, please consider making a donation to one of the more than 300 nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping our troops and their families listed on the America Supports You website.

The following charitable organizations help send gifts, cards, and care packages to our troops:

The Billy Blanks Foundation - The Billy Blanks Foundation was founded by the creator of Tae Bo. One of the foundations many projects is sending care packages to U.S. Servicemembers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Adopt a Platoon - Support the troops through gifts and sponsored mail.
Any Soldier - Sponsor care packages to servicemembers in Iraq.
Army and Air Force Exchange Services - Purchase gift certificates for active and hospitalized servicemembers.
Blue Star Mothers
- Organizes postcards to troops and care packages, and is currently petitioning Congress for reduced air fares for servicemembers.
Books for Soldiers - Donate books, movies, and more.
Cell Phones for Soldiers - Donate your old cell phones, which pay for calling cards for our troops.
Commissary Gift Certificates - Give the gift of groceries -- buy or donate gift certificates.
DefendAmerica - Send a virtual thank-you card.
A Million Thanks - Collects emails and letters of appreciation for our armed forces.
Operation Air Conditioner - Help pay for air conditioners and heaters for the troops.
Operaton Dear Abbey - Send greetings and messages of support.
Operation Give - Donate toys to be given to the children of Iraq.
Operation Gratitude - Contribute to care packages sent to our servicemembers.
Operation Homefront Hugs - Contribute to care packages, or adopt a servicemember.
Operation Troop Aid - Provide care packages for our deployed U.S. Servicemembers.
Operation Uplink - Donate a calling card to help keep servicemembers in touch with their families.
Operation USO Care Package - Sponsor a care package for $25.
Treats for Troops - Purchase care packages for Soldiers.

Help with Mailing Packages
Instructions on Sending Mail to Servicemembers - Straight from the U.S. Postal Service, instructions and recommendations on sending individual mail to servicemembers.

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