Former President Donald Trump has a long, complex history of attempting to break into the real estate world in Russia.
Allen Weisselberg was still named at Trump's Turnberry resort as of July 15, after being removed from other roles across the Trump business empire.
Manhattan prosecutors brought a 15-count indictment accusing the Trump Organization and Weisselberg of tax crimes.
Weisselberg's removal from other Trump Org subsidiaries comes after he was terminated as director of one of Trump's golf courses in Scotland.
The termination followed a 15-count indictment against Allen Weisselberg and the Trump Organization alleging fraud and 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.
Andrew Weissman believes that last week's charges against the Trump Org are about sending a warning to employees at the company.
At a rally in Florida, Trump framed allegations against his company and its CFO as the kind of thing anybody might do. Prosecutors disagree.
At first glance, the indictment isn't dangerous for Trump. But it could spell serious financial and legal troubles ahead.
Donald Trump's personal finances are closely entwined with the Trump Organization, which is now under indictment.
Mistaking Navalny's name as "Navatny," Don Jr. equated Putin poisoning him with a nerve agent to the legal woes of his dad's business.
"There is so much more that's going to be coming," Donald Trump's former personal attorney said after the Trump Organization was indicted.
The Trump Organization and its CFO were indicted on 15 felony counts on Thursday for tax fraud and other charges.
Weisselberg and the Trump Organization were charged with a 15-year alleged tax scheme, and Trump watched along on TV.
Prosecutors said the Trump Organization illegally labeled cash it paid to Allen Weisselberg as "Holiday Entertainment" to avoid paying taxes on it.
Manhattan prosecutors have been pressuring CFO Allen Weisselberg to "flip" in their Trump Organization investigation.