Lawsuit claims Eric Trump secretly approved deal passing millions in fees to condo owners at tower near UN


Former President Donald Trump’s son Eric has been accused in a new lawsuit of orchestrating a deal to convert an unoccupied bar into “amenity space” for residents of Trump World Tower near the United Nations — and secretly pass off the multi-million dollar price tag to condominium residents.

Johanna Beiter, who has resided on the 39th floor of Trump World Tower since 2004, filed the suit in Manhattan Supreme Court on May 25, accusing the condo board — of which the former president’s middle child is a member — of approving the conversion of 2,500 square feet of vacant commercial space, formerly the World Bar, into residential “amenity space,” with little notice to condo owners and no ability to contest the renovation.