Allen Weisselberg was charged with tax evasion on $ 1.7 million in benefits
The Trump Organization was indicted by the New York Prosecutor’s Office for a 15-year tax fraud scheme, from 2005 to June 2021, while its chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg was charged with tax evasion on $ 1.7 million. benefits, including apartment rent, car payments, and tuition. He is also accused of aggravated theft. The New York Times writes it.
The accusations against the Trump Organization are “shameful”. So Donald Trump told ABC News, defending the company and the chief financial officer of his family holding company Allen Weisselberg, indicted on 15 counts of tax offenses. Weisselberg, whom Trump calls “an incredible person,” entered court to read the allegations handcuffed. “A disgrace, a disgrace, a disgrace,” commented the former president of the United States.