Two of Donald Trump's children have been subpoenaed as part of the New York Attorney General Office's ongoing civil investigation into their father.
This new information was made public on Monday as part of the investigation into whether their billionaire father's Trump Organization manipulated the values of its properties.
In the court filing obtained by CNN, the judge set a briefing schedule over a dispute regarding Trump, Ivanka, and Donald Jr.'s testimonies. The attorney general already subpoenaed the former president for testimony. The deadline is supposed to be January 7.
Trump's legal team is attempting to crush his subpoena altogether.
Ivanka and Donald Jr. aren't the first of Trump's children to be subpoenaed for testimony. Eric Trump, 37, who serves as an executive vice president at his daddy's company, gave his own testimony last year.
The investigation is to see whether or not #45 inflated the value of some of his organization's assets. Prosecutors have already interviewed others in connection to the case.
The New York attorney general's office has joined the Manhattan district attorney in the investigation.
These allegations aren't the only thing Trump is making headlines for. The investigation comes as his close ties with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein came to light during Ghislaine Maxwell's sex trafficking trial.
As Radar reported, newly released flight logs show Trump even brought his then 11-year-old son Eric on board Epstein's private jet. The father/son duo flew from Palm Beach, Florida to Teterboro Airport in New Jersey on August 13, 1995, with the accused pedophile and his now-convicted right-hand woman.
Last week, Maxwell was found guilty of grooming and recruiting young women — some who were underage — for Epstein's sexual abuse. Several of the late businessman's former friends have also been accused of partaking in the activities.