Veselnitskaya claimed to have gone to great lengths to retrieve the report, including fighting in Russian court to compel the Russian Prosecutor General's Office to provide her with a copy after initially refusing to do so.
Last year, the US attorney's office settled its civil case against Prevezon for more than $5.8 million.
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The meeting caused headaches for the White House and is a topic of inquiry by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in his probe into Russian meddling and potential collusion with Trump campaign associates in the 2016 presidential election.
The meeting included campaign chair Paul Manafort, Trump's son Donald Jr and son-in-law Jared Kushner. Browder's late lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky, was arrested in 2009 while investigating Prevezon's alleged money laundering scheme.
"Under the terms of the settlement, the defendants have agreed to pay not just what we alleged flowed to them from the Russian treasury fraud, but three times that amount, and roughly 10 times the money we alleged could be traced directly into USA accounts and real estate", then acting USA attorney Joon Kim said in a statement at the time the settlement was made.
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If she remains in Russia, Veselnitskaya can not be compelled to face the charges, suggesting any effort to get her to cooperate will prove hard. Prosecutors claimed that Prevezon helped a Russian criminal organization launder money through high-end real estate, including in NY.
Special Agent-in-Charge Angel M. Melendez said that Veselnitskaya is "now a wanted person in the United States for intentionally misleading US investigators".
Veselnitskaya represented Prevezon Holdings Ltd, a Russian-controlled real estate company, which in 2017 agreed to pay almost $6 million United States to settle a USA government lawsuit accusing it of laundering proceeds of a $230 million tax fraud.
Prevezon Holdings was accused of participating in a tax fraud scheme that laundered $230m (£180m).
"Veselnitskaya's declaration presented supposed investigative findings by the Russian government - findings purportedly exonerating Veselnitskaya's clients - under the false pretence that these findings had been independently drafted by the Russian government", the indictment says.
She cooperated with a senior Russian prosecutor 'in secret'. Browder launched a campaign to have those allegedly involved in his death blacklisted by the U.S.
The case was settled in May 2017.