Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg looks on as Donald Trump speaks during a news conference at New York, N.Y., May 31, 2016. (Carlo Allegri/Reuters)
Trump Organization chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg turned himself in to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office on Thursday morning, ahead of an expected indictment on tax charges, multiple outlets reported.
The Manhattan DA and New York State Attorney General’s Office have been investigating whether Weisselberg and other Trump Organization employees avoided paying taxes on fringe benefits from the company. No charges are expected to be filed against former President Trump in the case.
More in Law & the Courts
A Grad Student Tried to Correct a Misleading COVID Narrative. Rebekah Jones Tried to Ruin His Career for It
Cosby served more than two years of his sentence.
Elections not only don’t need to be complicated, they shouldn’t be.
Truthful discussions never begin with lies. The 1619 Project is founded on a lie. It has no place in our nation’s schools.
Read More Feedzy