Former Trump Organization CFO to plead guilty to perjury charges: Sources  

Allen Weisselberg, the former chief financial officer of former President Donald Trump's family real estate firm, will plead guilty on Monday to perjury charges stemming from his testimony in Trump's civil fraud trial, according to ABC News sources.  

The terms of the plea are confidential until Weisselberg appears in court on Monday.  

This will be Weisselberg's second criminal conviction, following his guilty plea in 2022 to evading taxes on about $2 million in off-the-books income from the Trump Organization  

which included an apartment, a luxury automobile, and school tuition for his grandkids.  

MORE: Former Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg is in perjury plea discussions, sources say.  

As ABC News reported last month, Weisselberg, 75, was in plea talks with the Manhattan district attorney's office to resolve charges that he lied on the witness stand   

when he testified in October at the civil trial in which he, Trump, Trump's two adult sons, and another former Trump Organization executive were found guilty of fraud  

Throughout his testimony, Weisselberg tried to explain why Trump's Fifth Avenue Manhattan triplex, which is less than 11,000  

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