FBI Seizes NYC Mayor Eric Adams’ Cellphones, iPad

The FBI seized NYC Mayor Eric Adams’ cellphones and iPad amid a federal corruption investigation related to his 2021 campaign.

Last Thursday, The Gateway Pundit reported that the FBI conducted a raid on the Brooklyn residence of Brianna Suggs, the chief fundraiser for New York City Mayor Eric Adams.

Brianna Suggs has been instrumental in raising funds for Adams’ campaigns, amassing over $2.5 million for his 2025 re-election bid, according to the Daily Mail.

The Feds raided Suggs’ home last week and came out with a cardboard box.

The search warrant revealed an investigation into potential straw donor schemes involving campaign donations from the Turkish government.

According to the New York Post, the FBI seized Adams’ electronics this week.

The New York Post reported:

The FBI seized Mayor Eric Adams’ electronics early this week as part of a federal corruption probe tied to his 2021 campaign, The Post has learned.

The feds seized the devices in connection to an investigation into whether Hizzoner’s campaign colluded with the Turkish government and others to direct money into his mayoral effort, sources told The Post, after the news was first reported by the New York Times.

Agents reportedly approached Adams, 63, on the street and asked his security team to step aside, a source told the Times.

The agents then got into Adams’ SUV with him and executed a court-authorized warrant to seize his devices — including at least two cellphones and an iPad.

The electronics were returned to the mayor within a few days, the sources said.

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