Mystery Woman

Where is Lisa Krempasky and why are so many people suing her?

"Lisa gets so much stuff, I don't know what she's going to have for me when she calls," says Speck. "She takes it to the extreme, and saves a ton of money in the process. She did over $100,000 worth of trades through us last year."

Krempasky now lives in north St. Louis, in a neighborhood that could not be further removed from her white, suburban existence in Webster Groves. Like many of the homes that she and Hartmann bought over the past two years, the three-story structure is in need of work. The block is littered with fire-damaged and boarded-up buildings.

A big gray cat comes to the window of the home when visitors knock on the door, but no one answers. A neighbor named Virgil confirms that Krempasky lives there but keeps to herself.

Former WGNU host Nick Kasoff has filed police reports and ethical complaints against Lisa Krempasky. He harbors little hope of ever getting the money he's owed from the trust.
joshua hagler
Former WGNU host Nick Kasoff has filed police reports and ethical complaints against Lisa Krempasky. He harbors little hope of ever getting the money he's owed from the trust.
Former WGNU host Nick Kasoff has filed police reports and 
ethical complaints against Lisa Krempasky. He harbors little 
hope of ever getting the money he's owed from the trust.
Becca Young
Former WGNU host Nick Kasoff has filed police reports and ethical complaints against Lisa Krempasky. He harbors little hope of ever getting the money he's owed from the trust.

"She leaves early in the morning. We don't see much of her," says Virgil. "She's a good neighbor."

Contact the author chad.garrison@riverfronttimes.com

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