First lady McCray falsely claimed in filing that she doesn’t own NYC real estate

She and husband Mayor de Blasio own a pair of properties in Park Slope

New York /
Mar.March 21, 2018 11:30 AM

384 11 Street in Park Slope and Chirlane McCray (Credit: Getty Images)

New York City’s first lady, Chirlane McCray, is having some paperwork issues.

McCray falsely said that she did not own any properties in New York City on financial disclosure forms for 2015 and 2016, according to the New York Post. She actually owns two Park Slope properties with her husband Mayor Bill de Blasio on 11th Street, including one at 384 11th Street that was available for $1,825 a month last March.

A spokeswoman for McCray told the Post the error was an oversight that she is in the process of correcting.

McCray has ramped up her public appearances lately and recently confirmed in an interview with NY1 that she is considering running for office in 2021. [NYP]Eddie Small


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