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© Curtis Means/PoolDonald Trump's former XFO Allen Weisselberg appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court
The Trump Organization's former chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg was sentenced to five months in jail Wednesday after he admitted to lying during former President Donald Trump's New York civil fraud trial.

Weisselberg, 76, did not make a statement as he was sentenced by Judge Laurie Peterson during a two-minute hearing in Manhattan Criminal Court that sent him back to the slammer.

The ex-Trump money wizard, wearing a black jacket and blue sweatpants, was cuffed and led away from the hearing by court officers.

He spent about 100 days in lockup last year on a tax fraud conviction for accepting $1.7 million in company perks off the books, including free rent on a Manhattan pad and tuition payments for his grandkids.

Weisselberg, in another plea deal with the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, pleaded guilty last month to two counts of perjury.

Prosecutors said the former Trump CFO admitted to prosecutors that he lied to New York Attorney General Letitia James and her investigators in a May 12, 2023, deposition and while on the stand during Trump's civil fraud case on Oct. 10.

As part of the plea deal, Weisselberg said he knowingly fibbed to the AG's Office on July 17, 2020, when it was looking to assess the value of Trump's properties and assets.

He admitted that he knew that Trump had falsely claimed his Midtown Trump Tower triplex was 30,000 square feet — though it's just under 11,000 square feet.

Weisselberg also admitted that he also lied on three other occasions, including during the deposition last May and while taking the stand in October during the civil fraud trial in Manhattan Supreme Court.

It was the second criminal conviction for Trump's longtime trusted moneyman after he pleaded guilty to 15 counts of tax fraud in 2022, and testified against the Trump Org last year, helping to clinch a conviction in December and $1.6 million fines against the company.

During his subsequent testimony at Trump's civil trial, Weisselberg said that Trump paid him $2 million as part of a severance agreement from the Trump Org.

Weisselberg agreed not to "disparage" the Republican presidential hopeful as part of the deal.

In a statement, Weisselberg's attorney, Seth L. Rosenberg, said his client looks forward to putting his latest legal troubles behind him.

"Allen Weisselberg accepted responsibility for his conduct and now looks forward to the end of this life-altering experience and to returning to his family and his retirement," Rosenberg said.

Meanwhile, jury selection for Trump's upcoming "hush money" criminal trial is set to begin on April 15.

Trump pleaded not guilty last year to 34 felony counts after allegedly covering up $130,000 in payments made to porn star Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election.