The lawsuit states that after the death of Mary's father in 1981, his brother Donald and sister Maryanne became guardians of a 16-year-old girl. They created and implemented a scheme to take her assets and trick her into the true value of what she inherited.
Mary tells about several fraudulent schemes by which the defendants fleeced her of tens of millions of dollars. Money transfers were disguised as business transactions. The financial statements submitted after these transactions were inaccurate in order to reduce the amount that relatives had to pay her.
"With the help of each of these schemes, the defendants not only deliberately deprived Mary of what rightfully belonged to her, but also kept her in the dark until then," the lawsuit states.
This is not the first incident that the family solves in court. In Mary Trump's book Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man the president is described as a person who is threatening the lives of every American. The Trump's family tried to block the publication of memoirs in court, but unsuccessfully.
As it was reported earlier, a week ago, special services discovered the toxic substance ricin in a letter to US President Donald Trump.