A million dollars in a rug store – and other ways Paul Manafort spent his allegedly ill-gotten fortune

Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, recently indicted on federal criminal charges, allegedly laundered $18 million in money he earned illegally lobbying for Ukraine. CNN has a breakdown on how he spent it:

–Home improvement company in the Hamptons, in New York: $5.4 million.

–Home lighting and entertainment company in Florida: $1.3 million.

–Antique rug store in Alexandria, Virginia: $934,350, plus $100,000 related to those purchases.

–Men's clothing store in New York: $849,215.

–Landscaping in the Hamptons: $820,240.

–Antique dealer in New York: $623,910.

–Clothing store in Beverly Hills, California: $520,440.

–Investment company: $500,000.

–Contractor in Florida: $432,487.

–Contractor in Virginia: $125,650.

–A Mercedes-Benz: $62,750.

–A Range Rover: $47,000.

–Payments related to three Range Rovers: $163,705.

–Home equipment installation company in the Hamptons: $112,825.

–Property management company in South Carolina: $46,000.

–Art gallery in Florida: $31,900.

–Housekeeping in New York: $20,000.

The indictment also says Manafort used the money to buy three properties:

–Condominium in New York's SoHo neighborhood for $1.5 million.

–Brownstone in Brooklyn's Carroll Gardens neighborhood for $3 million.

–House in Arlington, Virginia, for $1.9 million.

The indictment says Manafort listed the SoHo condominium on Airbnb for at least a year, beginning in January 2015, and took advantage of the tax benefits of owning a rental property.

Side note: Manafort and Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, who Manafort lobbied for, look like they were separated at birth:

Image of Manafort: Disney | ABC Television Group Image of Yanukovich: Agência Brasil 2011