BREAKING: Mar-a-Lago maintenance man indicted by Biden's DOJ released on $100,000 bond ahead of upcoming arraignment

He did not enter a plea, and was released pending trial on a $100,000 signature bond.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

On Monday morning, Carlos De Oliveira, a 56-year-old property manager at Mar-a-Lago, appeared in federal court in Miami.

De Oliveira has been charged with four counts by Biden’s Department of Justice including conspiracy to obstruct justice, making a false statement, and concealing an object in connection to allegations that he tried to delete video surveillance recordings from mar-a-Lago and moved boxes of documents sought by the Biden administration, according to USA Today.

He did not enter a plea and was released pending trial on a $100,000 signature bond. His arraignment is scheduled for August 10 in Fort Pierce, Florida.

De Oliveira’s attorney, John Irving, said while leaving the courthouse, "Now it’s time for them to put their money where their mouth is."

Trump currently faces 40 charges in connection with the case, and Walt Nauta, his personal valet, faces eight. Both have pleaded not guilty.

The trial is tentatively set to start on May 20, 2024.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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