After the jury’s charges were confirmed, Trump’s chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg surrendered to the Manhattan district attorney’s office, according to a report.
Weisselberg surrendered early Thursday, according to The Washington Post. The outlet reported that the charges against the Trump Organization and its long-time financial chief are expected to “be unseeled at a later date in the New York State Supreme Court.”
It’s after reports on Wednesday that the Trump Organization and Weisselberg are expected to be charged with tax -related crimes on Thursday.
Origins SAY the Post that the charges are “related to allegations of unpaid tax benefits for Trump Organization executives,” the outlet reports.
“The Trump Organization and Mr. Weisselberg are expected to face charges related to alleged tax evasion on fringe benefits,” The Wall Street Journal also reported Wednesday. The outlet reports that Weisselberg and other employees are being investigated if they “illegally evaded paying taxes on perks – such as cars, apartments and private school tuition – that they received from the Trump Organization.” – READ MORE
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