The Trump organization got expelled from a luxury tower in Panama where the Trump family ran a hotel after financial disputes, several news outlets reported Monday.
According to the Associated Press, President Donald Trump and the Trump Organization have lost control of their family hotel business in Panama.
The Washington Post also reported that the owner of the hotel seems to have won a legal victory in court this morning.
“The hotel’s owner says he has wrested control of the hotel,” the Post’s David Fahrenthold tweeted.
ABC News reported that the police and a judge were forced to evict the security guards preventing entrance for non-Trump Organization staff.
Last month, a group of Trump Hotel executives retreated behind the glass walls of an office at the luxury tower where they were seen carrying boxes of documents for shredding.
And last week, Panamanian police and a judge were forced to evict the security guards preventing entrance for non-Trump Organization staff. A security guard was arrested after he refused to allow officers to enter the Trump hotel’s offices, according to the report.
— David Fahrenthold (@Fahrenthold) March 5, 2018
BREAKING: President Donald Trump's family hotel business ousted from luxury hotel offices in Panama amid business dispute.
— The Associated Press (@AP) March 5, 2018