The Federal Bureau of Investigation descended on a luxury Florida condo owned by two Russian businessmen at Trump Towers of Sunny Isles Beach Thursday, according to a report.
A squad of FBI special agents and local police raided the third building of the Sunshine State complex, the Miami Herald reported.
The target of the search, Unit 4102, is owned by the shell company MIC-USA LLC, which is controlled by Russian businessmen Oleg Sergeyevich Patsulya and Agunda Konstantinovna Makeeva, property records show.
A spokesperson for the FBI’s Miami field office told the outlet it “was conducting court-ordered law enforcement activity in the vicinity of that location,” but provided no other information.
Neither Patsulya and Makeeva responded to the Miami Herald’s request for comment and could not be reached Saturday by The Post.
Patsulya’s wife, Roza Pereira — who is listed on the corporate paperwork for MIC-USA — told the outlet she was aware of the raid but was prohibited from disclosing information.
“I can’t talk about it,” Pereira said. “The lawyer [for my husband] said not to talk to anyone. … I have no idea what it’s about.”
Former president Donald Trump licensed his name to the three luxury high-rise condos in the years before he took office.
Property records show that MIC-USA bought their 41st-story, three-bedroom condo in 2013 for $1.65 million a decade ago.
Patsulya and Makeeva were sued by BAC Florida Bank — which financed their condo buy — seven years later for allegedly defaulting on the $975,000 mortgage on the property.
The dispute was resolved and the condo is still owned by the two Russians.
Sunny Isles Beach has been dubbed “Little Moscow” thanks to the influx of Russian immigrants and wealth that has flowed through the city in recent years.
Neither Trump International Beach Resort, which oversees the towers, nor the Sunny Isles Police Department could not be immediately reached for comment.