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Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Sold for $422M Ahead of Arrest, Ownership Possibly Transferred to His Son

Amidst the legal woes of former U.S. President Donald Trump, recent developments suggest a potential ownership change in his luxurious Florida estate, the Mar-a-Lago resort.

Prior to his arrest in Fulton County, Georgia on 13 felony charges, reports emerged that Trump had sold the property, but investigations hint at a more intricate situation.

A Zillow listing dated August 4 indicated the sale of a 5,061-square-foot property on 1100 S Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach, Florida, for a staggering $422,000,000.

While the property was not explicitly identified as Mar-a-Lago, the address aligned with Trump’s well-known Palm Beach residence. This address holds historical significance, as Trump transformed the property, acquired in 1985, into The Mar-a-Lago Club in 1995.

However, a closer examination suggests a potential twist. The property might not have been sold outright but rather transferred to a company attributed to Donald Trump Jr., the former president’s eldest son.

Mar-a-Lago Inc., reportedly under his ownership, has emerged as a key player in this scenario. Despite these developments, the Trump family maintains a private presence within the estate.

This turn of events drew attention after legal analyst Andrew Weissmann raised concerns about the transaction’s legality, suggesting a possible “fraudulent transfer.”

Investigations are ongoing to unravel the true nature of the ownership shift, while Zillow, the platform hosting the listing, confirmed its authenticity without disclosing the buyer’s identity.

Donald Trump’s arrest followed his indictment by a Georgia grand jury on August 14. The charges stem from alleged attempts to manipulate the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

Among the 13 charges are conspiracy allegations related to impersonating a public official, committing forgery in the first degree, and submitting falsified documents. Just days after the supposed property developments, Trump willingly surrendered to authorities in Fulton County.

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