The Trump Organization’s chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, reportedly surrendered in Manhattan early Thursday to face tax-related charges.
The former president’s longtime CFO was with his lawyer, Mary E. Mulligan, when he arrived at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office at 6:20 a.m. Thursday, sources told The New York Times.
Weisselberg, 73, is expected to appear in court in the afternoon along with representatives of the Trump Organization, the outlet said.
It is not immediately clear what charges he or the Trump Organization will face, the outlet stressed. An indictment is expected to be unsealed later today.
Weisselberg’s surrender follows the Manhattan D.A.’s office and the state attorney general’s office investigating the company for more than two years.
Trump is not expected to be charged.