Jeffrey Yohai rose to fame as the former son-in-law of the Paul Manafort, American lobbyist and Republican political consultant. He has been under federal investigation concerning real estate deals he made with Manafort.
Having lots of controversies on his name, Jeffrey professionally works as the real estate businessman. Currently, Jeffrey has been a headline as he is sentenced for misusing construction loan funds until 18 January 2019.
Jeffrey Yohai's Relationship With Film Maker
Jeffrey Yohai, who has secluded the information of his parents, was married to an independent filmmaker, Jess Manafort. However, the actual date when the couple shared the wedding vows is unknown. Jess is one of the daughters of Paul Manafort. During the time of their marriage, Jess' father disapproved their wedding. In the text message between Jess and her sister, it was seen that her father wholeheartedly opposed Jessica’s marriage to Mr. Yohai as Jeffrey was in a financial problem at that time.
But within two years, Jeffrey established himself as a real estate businessman in 2011. He even signed the contract with his father-in-law, Jess's father. Reportedly, he and his wife's father were 50/50 business partners.
Jeffrey Yohai and his former wife, Jessica Manafort in 2013 (Photo: nytimes.com)
Unfortunately, the couple's relationship couldn't last long which ended with divorce in August 2017.
As of now, Jeffrey has not shown any concern to begin the romantic journey with a new love partner. Meanwhile, his ex-spouse has thought to move on and stay focused on her career. In September 2018, she filed paperwork in Manhattan Supreme Court to change her last name to mother's maiden name, Bond. In the legal filing, she told;
“I would like my new name to be Jessica Anne Bond, in place of my present name.”
Jeffrey Yohai's Net Worth
Jeffrey Yohai, who is currently of age 36, accumulated the net worth from his professional career as a real estate businessman. As per the Business Insider Magazine, Jeffrey has earned millions of dollar from the real-estate deals. Having a degree in journalism, he formed shell companies to purchase luxury properties in Hollywood Hills. He then started working with his then-father-in-law with a contract of 50/50 business partnership.
During his professional career, he has faced lots of controversies. Jeffrey was once filled with identity theft conspiring to commit wire fraud that involved a $6 million investment scheme and hovering $500,000 in fraudulent checks. But he was set free on bail after pleading guilty to fraud. Likewise, Jeffrey was once alleged for trying to buy a house at Hollywood Hills that was listed for $20 million.
In February 2018, he appealed guilty for misusing construction loan funds and another charge. After then he was sued, and his sentencing was extended to 18 January 2019, as per the wiki.