All the lavish ways the FBI says President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort spent his hidden millions
- Paul Manafort was indicted Monday morning for a range of charges, including $18 million in money laundering and tax fraud.
- Manafort used the money to fund a lavish lifestyle for himself and his family, including multi-million dollar homes and antique furnishings.
- He also spent millions of dollars on "personal items" ranging from three Range Rovers to over $1 million shopping in New York and Beverly Hills.
Four Range Rovers, millions of dollars in antiques, and nearly $850,000 worth of men's clothing — these are just a few of the "personal items" President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort bought through offshore accounts over the span of nearly a decade.
Manafort, along with his business associate, Rick Gates, were indicted Monday morning on a range of charges filed by special counsel Robert Mueller, including money laundering and tax fraud of more than $21 million — $18 million by Manafort and $3 million by Gates — from 2006 through at least 2016. Both men surrendered to the FBI Monday morning.
From 2008 to 2014, Manafort allegedly used offshore accounts to wire over $12 million to fund a luxurious lifestyle, and an additional $6.4 million used to purchase two New York properties — a condominium on Howard Street and a brownstone on Union Street — and a house in Arlington, Virginia.
Keep scrolling to see all of the lavish "personal items" Manafort bought through offshore accounts — from the least expensive to the most — according to the indictment.
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