New York prosecutors investigating Donald Trump's business empire are questioning witnesses about two sons of his long-time finance chief Allen Weisselberg, according to a new report.
Investigators in Manhattan are looking at transactions involving Barry Weisselberg, who managed two ice rinks run by the Trump Organization, and his brother Jack Weisselberg, a director at a prominent Trump lender, according to Bloomberg.
None of the Weisselbergs has been accused of wrongdoing, but the attention from prosecutors has sparked speculation that Allen Weisselberg could co-operate with the Manhattan district attorney's office and 'flip on Trump'.
Weisselberg senior has worked for the Trump family business since 1973 and is still the organization's chief financial officer, and was granted partial immunity three years ago for his testimony in the Michael Cohen case.
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Allen Weisselberg's sons Barry (left) and Jack (right) have both had ties to the Trump business, with Barry running New York City ice rinks on behalf of the organization while Jack works for a major Trump lender
The investigation by Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance's office is thought to be looking at Trump's dealings with a range of firms including Ladder Capital, where Jack Weisselberg is a director.
Ladder Capital has lent at least $110million to Trump businesses, according to disclosure forms, making it one of his biggest creditors after Deutsche Bank.
Investigators are said to be looking at transactions involving both firms, although Deutsche Bank last month cut ties with Trump following the violence at the Capitol.
The January 6 riot also led New York City to cancel Trump's contracts to run two ice-skating rinks and a carousel that were managed by Barry Weisselberg.
Prosecutors are said to have asked witnesses about Weisselberg's role in managing the Central Park Carousel and the Wollman and Lasker skating rinks.
DailyMail.com has approached a Weisselberg lawyer, Ladder Capital and the Trump Organization for comment, but neither they nor the district attorney's office offered any response when approached by Bloomberg.