NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The New York City Campaign Finance Board has levied nearly $65,000 in fines against Anthony Weiner for violations made during his 2013 mayoral bid.

Weiner received $1,652,075 in public funds during his run.

The NYCCFB found numerous violations of his use of the money. Among the various violations they found:

  • Making impermissable post-election expenditures ($27,274 fine)
  • Failing to demonstrate spending was in furtherance of the campaign ($22,031 fine)
  • Accepting over-the-limit contributions ($8,652 fine)
  • Converting campaign funds for a personal use ($2,308 fine)

In total, the NYCCFB hit Weiner with $64,956 in fines. Click here to see the complete list (.pdf).

The fine is in addition to the $195,377.79 of public funds left in his campaign bank account that he has to repay.

Weiner’s mayoral campaign ended when it was revealed that he continued his lewd online behavior that derailed his congressional career.

Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin has since separated from him.

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  1. John Corry says:

    ANOTHER CROOK THAT SHOULD BE IN JAIL RIGHT NOW

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