Albert Pirro Bio, Wiki
Albert Pirro whose fullname is Albert J. Pirro Jr. is an American attorney from White Plains, New York, best known as the ex-husband of Jeanine Pirro an American conservative television host and author, and a former New York State judge, prosecutor, and politician.
Albert Pirro Age
Being a very private person Pirro has managed to keep details of his age off the limelight. We will be sure to update you once this information is available to us.
Albert Pirro Family
Pirro is a very private person when it comes to his personal details. Thus he has not disclosed any details on his family. We will be sure to update you once this information is available to us.
Albert Pirro Ex-Wife – Marriage – Jeanine Pirro
Albert was married , up to 2013 to his ex-wife Jeanine Pirro an American conservative television host and author, and a former New York State judge, prosecutor, and politician. Pirro met Jeanine at Albany Law School when they were both working toward their J.D. degree.
Jeanine and Albert were blessed with two children named Cristine and Alexander who were born in 1985 and 1989 respectively. The duo got divorced after Jeanine got the knowledge that Albert was fathering a child from his mistress.
She served Westchester Country Court till 2005 and started her political career as a Republican.
While Jeanine was running in the Senate race in 2006, Albert Pirro once again humiliated her; then, it was revealed that he had fathered a child outside of their marriage. He even had called out Jeanine publicly for not giving him enough time due to her career.
Albert Pirro Mistress – Jessica Hutchison
Albert had cheated on Jeanine around the 1980s and ended up having a daughter named Jaclyn Marciano with his mistress, Jessica Hutchison. Jessica revealed how she thought that Albert had separated from Jeanine at that time which is why they were together for nine months while Jessica was living in Florida.
Jessica also revealed how Albert had encouraged her to get an abortion at the beginning however, Jessica was determined to raise the baby growing inside her with or without Albert’s support.
Albert Pirro Divorce
Before the arrest, Jeanine was gaining momentum in the political ring and was said to be on track to run for governor in a few years. Pirro’s arrest derailed that plan & made the public challenge her credibility, which ultimately put a great strain on their relationship. In 2013, after being separated for some time, the couple divorced. Since then, Pirro has returned to White Plains and opened a new law firm, where he continues to work.
Albert Pirro Education
Pirro’s journey to becoming an attorney began in 1965, when he enrolled as an undergraduate at St. Bonaventure University, the country’s first Franciscan institution. Pirro earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1969. Albert then moved on to the State University of New York at Albany, often known as SUNY Albany, to get his master’s degree. He received his master’s degree in criminal justice in 1971 and his J.D. in 1974 from Albany Law School.
Albert established numerous firms and soon achieved the great success which expanded to the supervision of around 32 various businesses. He had opened his law firm with the partner called “Pirro Buley and Associates,” becoming one of the Westchester’s top real estate lawyer in a short time
Albert Pirro Tax Fraud, Conviction and Jail time
In 2000, Mr.Albert Pirro was convicted on 34 counts of conspiracy, tax evasion and filing false returns. Along with him his brother Anthony, an accountant was also sentenced.
Albert Pirro was sentenced to 11 months in federal prison and he had to pay high fines. Despite all of the controversies, his then-wife Jeanine remained beside him during and after the scandal escalated.
Albert Pirro Net Worth
Albert was previously a prominent Westchester lawyer and lobbyist. His career came to an end in 2000 when he was found guilty of tax fraud for using funds from his lobbying firm to pay for personal costs such as costly cars (one Ferrari cost him more than $120,000) and vacation packages.
His wife, Jeanine Pirro, was the district attorney at the time, and she was paid roughly $137,700 per year. According to multiple reports, Jeanine’s salary was insufficient for the couple to maintain their lavish lifestyle during the court hearings of Albert’s tax fraud case because the authorities had blocked Albert’s assets.