PANAMA CITY (Reuters) – The proprietor of the Trump resort in Panama Metropolis has filed a swimsuit in opposition to 4 members of workers for “usurpation,” accusing them of refusing him entry to the constructing, his lawyer mentioned late on Friday.
Orestes Fintiklis, managing associate of Ithaca Capital Companions, which now owns the resort and the vast majority of the apartment models on the Trump Worldwide Resort & Tower, filed the swimsuit on the grounds he had been denied entry when making an attempt to enter the constructing on Feb. 22 to dismiss the 4 workers, mentioned his lawyer Sarai Blaisdell.
“We filed a criticism for usurpation by (the) workers,” Blaisdell mentioned exterior the courtroom the place the swimsuit was filed.
It was not clear why the 4 workers members had denied Fintiklis entry, however Blaisdell advised reporters they’d mentioned they have been appearing upon orders from “superiors.”
The 4 workers belonged to the earlier administration of the resort, Blaisdell mentioned.
The resort was offered final 12 months, and in November it was reported that Ithaca needed to take the Trump identify from the constructing, however that has but to occur.
(Reporting by Elida Moreno, enhancing by G Crosse)