Fox News Host Sean Hannity allegedly received help from the US Department Of Housing And Development to carry out multi-million dollar real estate deals, according to a report by The Guardian.
CNN (@cnn) reports, in The Guardian report that was released Sunday, Hannity is linked to a web of shell companies that spent at least $90 million buying more than 870 homes across seven states over the past 10 years. The Guardian said they reviewed thousands of pages of public records to piece together Hannity’s alleged property portfolio. In 2014, Hannity purchased two apartment complexes in Georgia for $22.7 million. The Guardian reported that HUD helped Hannity get mortgages worth worth $17.9 million to fund the purchases by insuring the loans under a National Housing Act Program. The Fox News host has a net worth around $120 million.