PoliticsPyramid scheme promoted by Trump links it to a federal lawsuit

    Pyramid scheme promoted by Trump links it to a federal lawsuit

    The way for you donald trump Getting to the presidency will not be easy, in this journey the ex-president has faced several accusations that relate him to a group of anti-Semites or tax fraud. Added to these scandals is one more, the alleged pyramid scheme he promoted alongside Celebrity Apprentice that links him to a federal lawsuit.

    According to the plaintiffs, ACN Opportunity, LLC, dba American Communications Network, was a pyramid scheme that violated state and federal laws on “extortion and conspiracy to extort”.

    Law & Crime reported that the lawsuit began six years ago citing ads showing the Trump family promoting the scheme on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice. Judge Lorna Schofield set the trial date for January 29, 2024, just as the presidential campaigns begin. The plaintiff’s attorney had requested a trial to be held before the election season. But he was ignored.

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    The lawsuit alleges that Donald Trump personally endorsed the company under the title of a “renowned businessman and billionaire”.

    According to the aforementioned means, the legal representative of the scammed, Roberta Kaplan, “they don’t want to interfere with the next campaign and are mindful that if the timeline in this case is extended to 2024, Defendants are likely, as they have in the past, to use the campaign as a basis for seeking further delay. Setting a trial date now will provide certainty and prevent any further delays. Also, it makes sense to align the summary judgment briefing with the class certification briefing, since discovery will be complete and there is no reason to wait.”

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    The Trump people are concerned that Kaplan’s case will interfere with Attorney General Letitia James’ New York state case, which is set to begin in October 2023. “The plaintiffs’ initial request for an October trial date 2023 is nothing but an ill-fated attempt to interfere with another case in which my partner and I are attorneys for Donald Trump, Jr. and Eric Trump, who are also defendants in this case. Clifford Robert said.

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    Source: La Opinion

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