Donald Trump's niece sues him, accuses him of 'cheating her out of millions'
- Mary Trump accused Donald Trump and other family members of rampant fraud
- Fraud was not just the family business - it was a way of life, the complaint said
- Jay Sekulow, a lawyer for Trump, has not replied to the accusations
Niece of US President Donald Trump, Mary Trump, on Thursday, accused him and other Trump family members of cheating her out of millions of dollars from an inheritance, reported news agency Reuters. Mary filed a complaint in a New York state court in Manhattan against Donald Trump, his sister Maryanne Trump Barry, and the estate of his brother Robert Trump, who died in August.
She accused the defendants of "rampant fraud" and conspiracy.
Mary Trump accused the president and the other defendants of moving to "squeeze" her out as they attempted to take control of the estate of her grandfather Fred Trump, who died in 1999.
"Fraud was not just the family business - it was a way of life," the complaint said.
"Betrayed me by working together in secret to steal from me, by telling lie after lie about the value of what I had inherited, and by conning me into giving everything away for a fraction of its true value," Reuters quoted Mary as saying about the defendants.
Mary Trump, in her recent tell-all book "Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, alleged about the conspiracy.
Jay Sekulow, a lawyer for Trump, has not replied to the accusations, reported Reuters.