Trump’s CFO Weisselberg’s daughter-in-law “refuses to be silenced” any longer: To cooperate with prosecutors

 

An attorney, who is representing Jennifer Weisselberg, former daughter-in-law of Allan Weisselberg, who is both the CFO of the Trump Organization and a personal friend of former president Donald Trump, against whom investigations are on goings on various matters is cooperating with law enforcement authorities.

 

In a statement to Business Insider, Duncan Levin said that “Jennifer refuses to be silenced” by those who were plotting to stop her from sharing what she has learnt from a quarter of a century.

 

It also stated she was committed to speak the truth however difficult it may be. He added that she would continue to offer her total cooperation to various law enforcement agencies that are investigating her ex-husband’s family and the various interests they represent.

 

Levin was asked for comment on Friday after the release of a story by the NewYorker whose topic was Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.’s Investigation into the Trump Organization and Donald Trump. The story has an anecdote from Jennifer Weisselberg.

 

She told Jane Mayer from the New Yorker that Donald Trump had shared photos of naked women at a Shiva, which is a mourning ceremony conducted by Jews, at Weisselberg’s house in Long Island.

 

In 2018, Jennifer Weisselberg obtained a divorce from Barry Weisselberg. The couple were gifted an apartment from Trump, after their 2004 wedding. According to Bloomberg, Barry Weisselberg may not have paid taxes for the apartment but incorrectly categorized it in his tax filings.

 

This apartment as well as other financial dealings between the two families: Trump’s and Weisselberg’s may be the straw that breaks the camel’s back as the CFO has not given any indications of flipping as yet. However, experts believe that the possibility could arise if one of his sons is charged.

 


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