George Santos Used Campaign Donations to Pay for OnlyFans

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US Congressman George Santos
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US Congressman George Santos reportedly used campaign donations to pay for OnlyFans subscriptions, according to a new government report. The House Ethics Committee found “substantial evidence of potential violations of federal criminal law” by Santos. Subsequently, they have forwarded the matter to the US Department of Justice.

The statement notes that Santos “used campaign funds for personal purposes” as well as his filing of false or incomplete reports to the Federal Election Commission. Moreover, the statement notes that Santos had used the funds for purchases at luxury stores and subscriptions to the adult content creation site. Thereafter, reports have stated Santos will no longer run for reflection in 2024.

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US Congressman Santos Used Campaign Money for OnlyFans and Other Personal Purchases

In what is certainly more evidence against the US Congressman, a new report has revealed George Santos used campaign finances to pay for OnlyFans subscriptions. Indeed, the House Ethics Committee has released a scrutinizing report that references “substantial evidence” of Santos’ misuse of campaign donations.

The news arrived as Santos had previously sought a reelection bid for 2024. However, that appears to be no more, as the report identifies a plethora of allegations against the Congressman. Among those is his movement of funds to personal checking accounts. Therefore, resulting in his ability to use the finances in any way he pleased.

Congressman George Santos
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The FED reports note payments that were used on luxury stores, meals, parking, and paying off his personal credit cards. Additionally, it references payments for Botox injections and lavish hotels in Las Vegas.

“In light of the ongoing criminal investigation into Representative Santos and the ISC’s findings of additional uncharged and unlawful conduct by Representative Santos, the ISC recommended that the committee immediately refer these allegations to the Department of Justice,” the report noted. Conversely, the congressman was arrested in May for fraud and money laundering charges.