Mary Trump, niece of President Donald Trump, detailed how Trump joined other relatives to steal her family inheritance in her new memoir, Too Much And Never Enough. She alleged that the family “tricked, bullied and cheated” her out of tens of millions of dollars.

After more than two months since the release of her best-selling book, Mary filed a lawsuit in Manhattan, accusing the president, aunt Maryanne Trump Barry and her late uncle Robert Trump of fraud and civil conspiracy.

The first sentence of the lawsuit began with “fraud was not just the family business—it was a way of life.”

Mary claimed herself as one of the victims of the Trump siblings’ plot to enrich themselves by exploiting their family’s real estate empire. She described the plot in three parts: “The Grift,” “The Devaluing” and “The Squeeze-Out.”

The White House has denied the allegations stated in the memoir and insisted Mary released the book in “her own financial interest.”

Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany commented, “The only fraud committed there was Mary Trump recording one of her relatives and she has really discredited herself.”

Lawyers for the president, Maryanne and Robert have yet to respond to reporters or requests for comments.