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Paul Manafort's estranged son-in-law accused him of conspiring to mislead a federal bankruptcy court about his real-estate investments, USA Today reported Wednesday. The accusation corresponds with a case the former Trump presidential campaign manager is involved in regarding four California real-estate investments that total in the millions of dollars. Jeffrey Yohai, who is getting divorced from Manafort's daughter, has worked in real estate in California and New York. Manafort's business and financial transactions are also being investigated by special counsel Robert Mueller as part of his investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 presidential election.