June 17, 2024

NYC Register’s Office Duped on Trump-Clinton Deal

Someone got the NYC Register’s office pretty good.

Paperwork had been filed detailing a real estate deal in Manhattan.

According to the documents, Hillary Clinton and Ivanka Trump were partners in more than $150 million in real estate deals, but the information was bogus.


The filing had Ivanka and Hillary doing multiple real estate deals together, including one for a duplex condo at Central Park Tower.

The only problem is that all the paperwork, which included deeds, was fraudulent.

In fact, the deal was only realized to be fraudulent after the New York Post flagged the story when another real estate broker raised questions about the alleged deals.

The filing, which did not include a notary signature, as required, alleged that Ivanka Trump, Hillary Clinton, and someone named Louis Reyes had purchased the air and subterranean rights to the University Club as well as the condo mentioned above.

The condo at Central Park Tower has a current asking price of $150 million, and sprawls across 11,535 sq. ft, covers two floors, and has eight bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms.

City clerks stamped the filing “approved” on May 16.

Adelaide Polsinelli, a real estate broker at Compass, is the individual who flagged the sale and brought it to the media’s attention.

Polsinelli stated, “It’s frightening to think real estate documents can be so easily manipulated that every city clerk involved overlooked such an obvious fake.”

After the fraud was exposed, Ryan Lavis, a spokesman for the city Department of Finance, was left with cleanup duty.

Lavis stated, “This deed was filed in error and has been removed following a review.

“The City Register reviews all recordings for signs of deed fraud and makes referrals where appropriate to the Sheriff’s Office and to prosecuting attorney offices.”

Neither Trump nor Clinton representatives commented when approached for comment on the bogus real estate deal.

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