FBI raids the assistant’s home of NYC Mayor Eric Adams

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The director of Asian affairs for New York City Mayor Eric Adams, Winnie Greco, had her Bronx home searched by the FBI on Thursday.

The search at Greco’s residence comes after one in November at the Brooklyn residence of Brianna Suggs, a prominent fundraiser and campaign consultant for the mayor. A few days later, Adams’s electronic devices were also taken by the FBI.

According to a previous ABC report, federal authorities have been looking into the mayor’s fundraising. According to sources who spoke with ABC News, the inquiry concerns the Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based KSK Construction Group, a construction company. KSK gave roughly $14,000 to Adams’ campaign in 2021.

On Mayor Adams’ recommendation, Greco has also been the subject of an investigation by the city’s Department of Investigation regarding her employment with the government.

On Thursday, the FBI declined to comment on the search. According to a mayor’s spokesman, no law enforcement agency had gotten in touch with city hall about today’s search.

“Our administration will always follow the law, and we always expect all our employees to adhere to the strictest ethical guidelines,” said a spokesman.

 “As we have stated time and time again, we will fully cooperate with any review that is in progress but we do not comment on matters that are being reviewed. The mayor is not under investigation for any offenses.”

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