ABC 7 attempted to contact Naranja, a dentist in Colorado, but emails and phone calls were not returned, and he didn’t answer the door when a reporter visited his residence. Moreover, the location of his supposed dental practice has since been replaced by another business. But, ABC 7 reports, this might not be the first time Naranja has hidden from financial woes. Though he has no criminal record, Naranja filed for bankruptcy in early 2013, just before he started the PFA. Court documents listed his debt at $2.3 million and his assets at $37,195. He lost his house and 2003 Lexus 470 when the bank reposed them. The state of Colorado has $26,898 in tax judgments against Naranja, and the IRS filed a $5,611 tax lien against him, in 2011. However, there is currently no legal action facing the PFA—which has around 20 members.