NY AG says it has no plans to investigate allegations against Kaniehtis fur-sale
NY AGs investigation into allegations that Kaniehtiio Horn, a pet-shopping business owner in Queens, had a sale of fur in which he sold his pet dogs to buyers who could not pay for the fur was dropped by Manhattan U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman, The Hill reported Tuesday.
“The allegations were not supported by the evidence presented in the investigation,” Fishman wrote in a letter to the Attorney General’s office.
The attorney general has yet to formally investigate the claims.
Kaniehtis business is under investigation by the Department of Consumer Affairs for allegedly selling fur in Queens in 2013 for $20.00 to a woman who could have paid $2,000 for it.
The investigation is ongoing and KanieHtis attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.