We figure New York’s clown mayor will settle out of court for $10 million so as to not upset his boss, Al Sharpton.
The Rev. Al Sharpton’s daughter unwittingly proved that her $5 million sprained-ankle suit against the city is a mountain of BS.
Dominique Sharpton posted pictures to Instagram showing she completed a difficult mountain climb in Bali, Indonesia — even though her suit says that “she still suffers” debilitating pain after twisting her ankle in a street crack in Soho last year.
She didn’t seem to realize that her mountaineering exploits might undermine her legal claims as she bragged online about the difficulty of her ascent.
“We hiked UP the mountain, over the clouds… into the SUNRISE,” Dominique, 28, wrote in the May 16 post.
“One of the most beautiful sites ever. And YES I ALMOST DIED GETTING UP THERE LOL. #Balidays we made it, WHEW.”
She also posted another picture on the photo-sharing site of the sun rising over a blanket of clouds.
She described the sight as “unreal.”
What legal experts saw as truly unreal, however, is the younger Sharpton’s brazen boasting after she claimed in court papers that she was in “permanent physical pain.”
“It is starting to look like Tawana Brawley is orchestrating the Sharpton trial strategy,” quipped CNN legal analyst Paul Callan. “It graphically demonstrates bad judgment and good feet. It all adds up to no case.”
As The Post reported exclusively on Sunday, Dominique Sharpton says shesprained her ankle in a crosswalk at Broome Street and Broadway on Oct. 2, 2014.
Her April 29 suit says, “She still sufferers and will continue to suffer for some time physical pain and bodily injuries.”
While she was seen using a walking boot in the weeks after the alleged accident, by December, she was showing up in social-media images wearing high heels.
Now, her alpine adventures may sink her dubious case for good.
“Ms. Sharpton’s decision to climb a mountain in Bali and then post an incriminating photo on Twitter is a gift to the defense,” Callan said.
She’ll probably sue the Post now for invasion of privacy or something.