New York’s attorney general is seeking $370m from former US president Donald Trump in a fraud case that has seen the businessman accused of inflating the value of his properties, court documents showed.
“Record evidence … supports disgorgement of $370m, plus pre-judgment interest,” said the filing.
That is significantly more than the $250m that New York Attorney General Letitia James previously said she would seek.
Mr Trump, the frontrunner for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, and his two eldest sons are accused of fraudulently inflating the value of their real estate assets to receive more favourable bank loans and insurance terms.
The amount to be paid will be determined by the judge, Arthur Engoron, whom Mr Trump has repeatedly attacked on social media.
It will be released in his final decision and order.
Mr Trump, in a post on his Truth Social platform, lashed out at Ms James, calling her “totally corrupt” and saying: “I did nothing wrong.”
“My financial statements are great & very conservative,” he said. “This case should never have been brought.”
The former president will separately stand trial on 4 March in Washington in a federal case in which he is accused of seeking to upend the results of the 2020 election in a concerted effort that led to the violent 6 January 2021 attack on the US Capitol by his supporters.
Mr Trump also faces federal charges for allegedly mishandling top secret documents after he left the White House.
He has also been charged with racketeering in Georgia on accusations that he tried to overturn the 2020 election results in the southern state.