Justice Department Sues Omarosa For Ethics Violation – Punishable by a Fine of Up to $50,000
Omarosa Manigault Newman
The Justice Department on Tuesday sued Trump’s former White House advisor Omarosa Manigault Newman for failing to file required financial disclosures after she was fired from her job.
The DOJ claims Omarosa was informed after she was fired in December of 2017 that she had to file a financial disclosure form — and reminded again in January through March of 2018
“Notwithstanding the numerous attempt to obtain her compliance, Ms. Manigault Newman has not filed her termination financial disclosure report,” the lawsuit said.
Omarosa may be fined up to $50,000 for violating the Ethics in Government Act, the lawsuit states.
Trump has given Omarosa many opportunities in life yet she stabbed him in the back and accused the President of using various racial slurs such as the n-word several times after she left the White House.
Social media was set ablaze last summer after Omarosa released a secret recording of Chief of Staff John Kelly firing her.
Last August on “Meet the Press,” Omarosa released a secret recording of CoS John Kelly firing her from the White House.
Prior to that, Omarosa slammed Trump in her soon-to-be-released book titled, “Unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the Trump White House.”
President Trump called Omarosa a “lowlife” last year in response to a reporter who asked him if he “felt betrayed” by the former White House aid.