A Manhattan lawyer was indicted Wednesday for stealing $1.6 million from seven of his clients.

Attorney Campbell Holder, 58, who was born in Barbados, allegedly used the money taken from his clients’ escrow and trust accounts, to pay for numerous trips to the Caribbean island, a Lexus and a BMW, and clothing and personal items from stores such as Louis Vuitton and J&R, according to the Manhattan district attorney’s office.

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