Trump’s niece accused him of stealing money.

By | September 25, 2020
Trump's niece accused him of stealing money.

In the lawsuit against Donald Trump, as well as his brother and sister, the woman called them crooks, for whom “deception was the norm of life.
The niece of Donald Trump, the daughter of his older brother Fred Mary Trump, filed a lawsuit in the New York State Supreme Court accusing her uncle and other family members of stealing tens of millions of dollars she owed, the New York Times reported Thursday, September 24.

In particular, Mary Trump, accused Donald Trump, his sister Maryann and their late brother Robert of fraud and conspiracy, which resulted in Mary and her brother Fred losing part of his father’s fortune and a fair share of the inheritance left by his grandfather.

The lawsuit states that after Mary’s father died in 1981, his brothers Donald and Robert, as well as his sister Maryann, became guardians of the 16-year-old girl, but instead of taking care of her interests, they created a whole scheme to “pump up the funds, conceal their theft and mislead her about their true value.

Trump’s father and grandfather, Mary Fred Trump, died in 1999, after which the plaintiff, she claims, was forced to sign the agreement, depriving “tens of millions of dollars or even more.

“Fraud was not just a family matter – it was their way of life,” the lawsuit says about the actions of Donald Trump, his brother, and sister.

Earlier, Mary Trump, niece of U.S. President Donald Trump, stated in her new book that the American leader, due to the negative influence of the family, is deprived of the ability to empathize with other people and suffers from many complexes.