President Trump’s niece, Mary Trump, filed a lawsuit on Thursday, accusing her of being expelled from the family business, and the President and his siblings have defrauded her for tens of millions of dollars over the past few decades.
The lawsuit has been filed in New York City State Court, seeking compensation for unspecified losses.
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The lawsuit stated: “Fraud is not only a family business, but a way of life.”
The lawsuit alleges that the president, his late brother Robert Trump and an older sister, former federal judge Marianne Trump Barry, described herself as Mary Trump’s protector and secretly placed her in the Share shares in family real estate assets.
According to the lawsuit, even though Donald Trump’s father Fred Trump (Fred Trump Sr.) died in 1
The lawsuit alleges that after Mary Trump’s death, Mary Trump and her brother filed an objection to the will, and the president and his siblings “cut off their medical insurance, thereby increasing the pressure on resolution.” The lawsuit described the behavior as “unfathomable cruelty.”
At the same time, the lawsuit alleges that the Trump family provided fraudulent accounting and financial statements, which misled the value of Fred Trump’s senior real estate at US$30 million or less because they pressured Mary Trump to accept Settlement Agreement.
Robert Trump, the brother of President Trump, died at the age of 71
The lawsuit said: “In fact, Mary’s interests are tens of millions of dollars more than what the defendant represents and the value she received.”
Mary Trump’s lawyers did not say how much she would eventually receive, and cited confidentiality clauses in the dispute settlement of Fred Trump’s senior will, but based on the figures provided in the lawsuit, she seems unlikely to receive More millions of dollars.
The lawsuit was filed after Mary Trump published a popular memoir “Too Many, Never Enough: How My Family Created the Most Dangerous Man in the World.” The book hit the shelves on July 14.
Before the book’s publication, the president’s brother Robert Trump, who died last month, filed a lawsuit requesting a preliminary injunction and temporary restraining order to prevent the book from being published.
Robert Trump claimed that Mary Trump was banned from writing about private family matters because she signed a non-disclosure agreement as part of her settlement agreement on inheritance.
This book emphasizes “Donald [Trump] Obtained distorted behavior and value” includes “financial value is the same as self-worth; human beings are valued only in money,” “do not encourage responsibility for one’s own failure”, “cheating is a way of life”.
Mary Trump wrote in her opening remarks: “In addition to the first-hand information that my father’s daughter and uncle’s only niece can provide, I also have the vision of a trained clinical psychologist.” “Too much It’s never enough” is the story of the most famous and influential family in the world. And I am the only Trump willing to speak out. “
Maria Patronich of Fox News and The Associated Press contributed to this report.