〇Part of Trump-owned New Jersey golf course pays $400,000 fine after failing to contest accusations of violating alcohol law in connection with fatal car crash I am sticking to my schedule.
After leaving Trump National Golf Club in Colts Neck on August 30, 2015, A customer drives a Mini Cooper over a curbwhen you turn it over and roll it, Asbury Park Press report. He was the only other passenger in the car to die in the accident. Police reported that the driver’s blood alcohol level at the time was above the legal limit. In 2018, the driver will pleaded guilty to vehicular murder and was sentenced to three years’ probation.
In connection with that case, the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office indict Trump’s club In 2019, he served a person who was “actually or apparently intoxicated” and served alcohol beyond the limits of his liquor license. , agreed to pay a fine of $400,000.
Two years later, the company paid half of the fine, according to a spokesperson for the New Jersey Attorney General. “Under the terms of the consent order, the $400,000 fine will be paid in annual installments of $100,000,” Lisa Coryell said in a statement. “Her first two payments were scheduled for October 15, 2021 and her for 2022. I have completed the payment for
A spokeswoman for the Trump Organization did not immediately respond to a request for comment.