Donald Trump Jr. And his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle have reportedly purchased two properties on a private estate and some Florida residents have made it clear that they are anything, but happy about it.
Trump Jr and Guilfoyle have purchased two addresses. One is in the “personal resort” Admirals Cove and the other a private enclave in Jupiter that comes with a $195,000 membership fee.
The purchases cannot be blocked, but Admiral Cove residents are making sure that their feelings about the situation are known. They began by circulating an email thread that denounced the couple’s arrival as “a nightmare.” several residents have written to the residents’ association to share their concerns.
One resident wrote a letter that mentioned Guilfoyle’s work with Fox News and stated that she and Trump Jr, would bring “undesirable notoriety” to the estate.
“I believe their membership would bring undesirable notoriety to the club, harm our reputation, and have the potential for creating disharmony,” the resident wrote.
So far, at least 30 residents have complained to the residents’ association. Many raised concerns about safety and security.
Trump Jr. purchased property valued at $11 million and Guilfoyle purchased the property next door for $9.5 million.
Reportedly, Trump Jr. And Guilfoyle are currently having their belongings moved into their new residences.
“About half have concerns about safety,” said Peter Moore, a general manager of the Admiral Cove property owner’s association. “The others have political concerns with what’s happened in the last couple of weeks.”
Trump Jr’s father is facing similar complaints from residents of Palm Beach that live near his personal resort, Mar-a-Lago. Residents have written letters to local officials demanding Trump be blocked from using the resort as his residence.
The complaints about Trump living at Mar-a-Lago escalated after pro-Trump supporters stormed the Capitol back on January 6.
Some of the residents raised red flags about the sexual harassment charges that were brought against Guilfoyle while she worked for Fox News.
Before coming aboard, the Trump train, Guilfoyle worked for Fox News. Reports say she was terminated for her position from Fox News over allegations of sexual harassment.
This week new details about Guilfoyle’s firing have come to light in an article written by Jane Mayer for the New Yorker.
According to the report, Guilfoyle was abruptly fired from Fox News’ “The Five” before her contract expired because her former assistant filed a complaint that alleged that she was “was frequently required to work at Guilfoyle’s New York apartment while the Fox host displayed herself naked, and was shown photographs of the genitalia of men with whom Guilfoyle had had sexual relations.”
The complaint also alleges that Guilfoyle spoke “incessantly and luridly” about her sex life. On one occasion Guilfoyle allegedly demanded that her assistant massage her bare thighs.
The assistant also claims that Guilfoyle told her she had to submit to a Fox employee’s demand for sexual favors.
The assistant alleges that Guilfoyle pressured her to sleep with wealthy, powerful men, and asked her to critique her naked body.
She also alleges that Guilfoyle demanded the assistant sleepover at her apartment, and put her in positions she felt “deeply uncomfortable” in.
Fox began investigating the allegations in 2017 as part of a much broader investigation into sexual misconduct.
According to Mayer’s report, Guilfoyle offered the assistant money to remain quiet and threatened she would suffer retaliation if she talked.
The assistant is unnamed, but Guilfoyle was fired and the assistant was paid $4 million over the situation.
She and Donald Trump Jr. also left staffers stranded in South Dakota following Trump’s campaign speech at Mount Rushmore over the Fourth of July weekend.
She tested positive for COVID-19 during that trip and she and Donald Jr. headed back to New York leaving staffers behind, who had to quarantine away from their homes and family because of their exposure to Guilfoyle.
It is easy to see why the community has taken issues with the couple moving in.