Report: Indicted restaurateur gave Mangano free meals

A published report says a Nassau restaurant owner who was recently indicted on federal charges gave free meals to the county executive and other top

Newsday reports that Harendra Singh gave Executive Ed Mangano and others free meals and drinks at his establishments.

Newsday reports that Harendra Singh gave Executive Ed Mangano and others free meals and drinks at his establishments. (9/13/15)

WOODBURY - A Nassau restaurant owner who was recently indicted on federal charges gave free meals to the county executive and other top officials, according to a published report.

Newsday reports that Harendra Singh gave Executive Ed Mangano and others free meals and drinks at his establishments.

He's also accused of giving Mangano's wife a six-figure part-time job that his employees say they never saw her perform.

As News 12 has reported, Singh allegedly bribed a Town of Oyster Bay official to get millions of dollars in town-backed loans for his restaurants.

He has pleaded not guilty to more than a dozen federal fraud and bribery charges.

The deputy county executive has denied the allegations of complimentary meals, according to Newsday.

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