Congressional Ethics Office Releases Update on Investigation Into AOC: She May Have Broken Federal Law

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The House Office of Congressional Ethics has found that Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez might have violated federal law in relation to her 2021 appearance at the Met Gala.

Ocasio-Cortez notably appeared at the star-studded event wearing a dress emblazoned with the words “Tax the Rich.”

The House Ethics Committee announced in December that it was looking into the New York Democrat. The OCE confirmed on Thursday that it had recommended an investigation into Ocasio-Cortez’s appearance at the Met Gala, according to the Washington Examiner.

The office’s initial investigation found that there was “substantial reason to believe that she accepted impermissible gifts associated with her attendance at the Met Gala in 2021.”

The lawmaker did not pay some vendors until the ethics office inquired about the matter, which she acknowledged through an attorney.

The OCE produced an interview it had conducted with Ocasio-Cortez in May and correspondence regarding her attendance at the gala.

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