Prosecutors spent months trying to "flip" the Trump Organization CFO into cooperating, and legal experts believe they're not done yet.
The Manhattan District Attorney alleged the crew chased after and attacked someone who recorded a video of the rapper in Harlem.
Jeff McConney has reportedly testified for the Manhattan district attorney's criminal investigation into the Trump Organization.
Sources told The Daily Beast that Jennifer Weisselberg told investigators Trump personally offered perks in lieu of taxable salary at a 2012 meeting.
Manhattan prosecutors brought a 15-count indictment accusing the Trump Organization and Weisselberg of tax crimes.
New York prosecutors called CFO Allen Weisselberg "one of the largest individual beneficiaries" of the scheme, suggesting others were involved.
At a rally, Donald Trump appeared to confirm the underlying facts of the 15-count indictment against the Trump Organization and its CFO.
Manhattan prosecutors have been pressuring CFO Allen Weisselberg to "flip" in their Trump Organization investigation.
The Manhattan District Attorney's office spent years investigating whether the Trump Organization and its executives broke financial laws.
Allen Weisselberg has worked for the Trumps for 40 years, managing the finances of the Trump Organization and family members.
The charges would be prosecutors' first amid a yearslong investigation into whether former President Donald Trump's company broke the law.
The Manhattan DA reportedly will charge the Trump Organization and CFO Allen Weisselberg on Thursday.
Manhattan prosecutors reportedly may charge the Trump Organization or its CFO this week. Donald Trump himself would remain legally vulnerable.
In New York, prosecutors are looking into whether Trump broke tax laws. In Georgia, he may have illegally tried to influence election results.
Barbara Res worked with Allen Weisselberg and Matthew Calamari for almost 20 years. She said they may cooperate if they face criminal charges.
Prosecutors have been looking into whether the company manipulated the value of its assets for loan and tax advantages, among other things.
Many candidates told Insider it's unethical to speculate about the ongoing Trump probe, while some criticized opponents for perceived conflicts of interest.