Al Sharpton’s Daughter Posts Hiking Pictures After Suing NYC for Ankle Injury

Al Sharpton's daughter claims that she has a permanently injured ankle in court, but then posts pictures of her trekking in Indonesia on Instagram.

Dominique Sharpton, Al Sharpton’s daughter, has posted pictures of her trekking on Indonesian mountains shortly after claiming in a court that she has permanently injured her ankle.

The pictures, found on Instagram, are being investigated by the city’s lawyers, and they have sent a letter to the reverend’s daughter, warning her not to remove the damning evidence from her account.

The Post recently revealed that Sharpton has been globe trotting, despite various claims that she will never fully recover from a sprained ankle that occurred on an uneven Soho street. The pictures, taken from atop an Indonesian mountain, support this claim.

Sharpton was found to have said that she “hiked UP the mountain, over the clouds . . . into the SUNRISE,” only a matter of days after filing the Manhattan Supreme Court suit against the city.


City lawyers are planning on using this evidence against her case, to falsify her claims that she has a permanently damaged ankle due to uneven streets. The city issued her a letter warning her against touching the damning pictures or other data.

“The purpose of this letter is to demand that plaintiff preserve any photographs, documents, communications and any other information, both tangible and electronically stored, potentially relevant to her alleged trip and fall on Dec. 23, 2014,” de Blasio administration lawyer Michele Fox wrote in a May 20 letter filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.

Sharpton’s lawyer, John Elefterakis, talked down the letter, saying that she “has been forthcoming and transparent throughout this case with regard to her capabilities despite her pain. Ms. Sharpton does not require a letter to instruct her to save pictures which she has freely made available to the public.”


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Daniel Heppner

My big interests are photography, IT, and electronics. I like to get out the soldering iron and build things for my house that light up. I’ve traveled around the world taking pictures and consider the viewfinder an extension of my eyeball. I build computers for myself and friends for fun, and have experience with software programming. I have experience programming underwater robots for robotics competitions, as well as wiring up the circuitry for them.

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  1. Oh yeah. Would not be surprised if her father billed the city for his legal and spiritual to his skank during her rehabilitation. As the saying goes, the apple does not fall far from the tree.

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