Netflix’s series “Dirty Money” takes a look at Trump wunderdolt Jared Kushner

The president's son-in-law is the subject of Alex Gibney's docuseries, in an episode titled "Slumlord Millionaire."

Before he was the favorite child of our reigning megalomaniac-in-chief, Kushner was the head of Kushner Companies, the massive real estate company bequeathed to him by his father, Charles Kushner.  The third episode in “Dirty Money” Season 2 is titled “Slumlord Millionaire.” In it, one interview subject refers to Kushner as “tier one predator,” as the rest of episode attempts to dissect exactly how Kushner may have used his position in the U.S. government to secure business deals for his private company.

The episode premiered Wednesday, March 11, along with six other equally compelling one-hour investigations, here are some of the revelations from the episode:

Kushner’s rental properties have received hundreds of health code violations, including the presence of lead paint, lung carcinogens, and fire safety hazards;

Kushner Companies sued a single mother for breaking her lease three years after she had received written permission to do so; and

Kushner Companies did not have Certificates of Occupancy for many of its New York City rental buildings, and the government looked the other way.


Article submitted by, Great Gazoo.