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Black Lives Matter spent at least $12 million on mansions

Black Lives Matter spent hundreds of thousands on luxurious properties in Los Angeles and Toronto, in line with the primary public accounting of its funds.

In Canada, Toronto-based non-profit M4BJ bought a ten,000-square-foot downtown property for the equal of $6.3 million. The former headquarters of the Canadian communist celebration was named the Wildseed Centre for Art and Activism by Canadian BLM members who stated it was bought utilizing money from BLMGNF.

The buy of the Toronto dwelling was a part of an $8 million “out of country grant” in North America, to conduct “activities to educate and support black communities, and to purchase and renovate property for charitable use,” in line with BLMGNF’s newest federal tax submitting for fiscal year 2020. The group stated it deliberate to make use of the area as its predominant office in Canada.

It’s unclear the place the remaining $1.7 million “out of country grant” went. In 2021, sources advised The Post that BLMGNF had bought a luxurious rental within the Bahamas in the identical beach-front resort the place Tiger Woods and Justin Timberlake have properties. Cullors vigorously denied that the group had bought property on the islands.

The IRS submitting additionally lists the group’s Los Angeles compound as an asset. In October 2020, BLMGNF secretly purchased a sprawling mansion in Los Angeles, spending almost $6 million on the acquisition of the Studio City compound, which features a soundstage, six bedrooms and a swimming pool.

According to tax documents, Black Lives Matter has spent millions of dollars on luxury real estate — including a mansion in Studio City, California.
According to tax paperwork, Black Lives Matter has spent hundreds of thousands of {dollars} on luxurious actual property — together with a mansion in Studio City, California.
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BLM paid $6 million for the southern California compound.
BLM paid $6 million for the southern California compound.
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The Toronto mansion was purchased by non-profit M4BJ with funds that came from BLMGNF grant.
The Toronto mansion was bought by non-profit M4BJ with funds that got here from BLMGNF grant.
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Cullors not too long ago admitted that she threw two events at the swanky compound — a birthday bash for her son and a soiree to rejoice President Joe Biden’s presidential win in 2020. Tax filings present that she paid again BLMGNF $390 for “the use of real estate.”

Cullors and BLMGNF couldn’t be reached for remark.

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