Mike Segar | Reuters
A federal grand jury in Florida accused Kolfage of failing to report hundreds of thousands of dollars in income on his 2019 taxes, according to the latest indictment.
An arraignment and initial appearance for Kolfage are set for May 27 in a Pensacola courthouse before Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Timothy, court filings show.
Kolfage was indicted last year in Manhattan federal court along with three associates, including Bannon, on wire fraud and money-laundering conspiracy charges.
The charges all stemmed from “We Build the Wall,” the ostensible fundraising campaign to privately build parts of the border wall promised by Trump.
The Department of Justice alleged that Kolfage, who founded the campaign, and his associates defrauded “hundreds of thousands of donors” by raising millions of dollars “under the false pretense that all of that money would be spent on construction” of the border wall.
Instead, the defendants schemed to slip some of that money to Kolfage, “which he used to fund his lavish lifestyle,” the Justice Department said.
Harvey Steinberg, an attorney for Kolfage, did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.
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