NYC Orders Al Sharpton’s Swindler Daughter to Save Incriminating Hiking Shots

New York City lawyers have warned Dominique Sharpton, Al Sharpton’s daughter, not to delete incriminating hiking pictures from her social media accounts.

Sharpton is suing New York for a sprained ankle she suffered on an uneven city street. She wants the city to pay her $5 million for her pain and suffering.
Meanwhile she has been posting hiking pictures from Red Rock Canyon and her vacation in Bali.

Dominique posted photos from her vacation in Bali earlier this month hiking up mountains.
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Last month Dominique hiked in Red Rock Canyon.
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The New York Post reported:

City lawyers warned Dominique Sharpton not to delete Instagram photos like this one atop an Indonesian mountain — where she trekked while claiming in a lawsuit that she has “permanent” ­injuries.

The city Law Department sent Rev. Al’s daughter a letter telling her to preserve all of the damning evidence that she posted on her ­social-media accounts.

The warning comes after The Post revealed that Dominique Sharpton has been globe-trotting despite her May 7 suit that says she will never fully recover from a sprained ankle she suffered on an uneven Soho street.

Sharpton, who works for her dad’s National Action Network, claimed in court papers that she “still suffers and will continue to suffer for some time physical pain and bodily injuries.”

A week after filing the Manhattan Supreme Court suit, Sharpton boasted on her Instagram account, “We hiked UP the mountain, over the clouds . . . into the SUNRISE.” The post, linked to her Twitter account, shows Sharpton and a friend above the clouds.

Now the city plans to use Sharpton’s social-media trail to quash her case.

“The purpose of this letter is to demand that plaintiff preserve any photographs, documents, communications and any other information, both tangible and electronically stored, potentially relevant to her alleged trip and fall on Dec. 23, 2014,” de Blasio administration lawyer Michele Fox wrote in a May 20 letter filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.

The apple certainly didn’t fall far from the tree with this one.

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