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Prosecutors: How Rep. Duncan Hunter misused campaign funds

Posted at 12:26 PM, Jun 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-06-26 13:02:16-04

(KGTV) - The U.S. Attorney’s office for the Southern District of California released details about how it claims San Diego Congressman Duncan D. Hunter misused campaign funds for relationships with five women.

The information about the spending was released in a motion filed in court ahead of Hunter’s September trial, to “establish his motive to embezzle from his campaign,” prosecutors said.

All figures and claims regarding relationships below are allegations made by the U.S. Attorney's office.

RELATED: Motion: San Diego Congressman Duncan Hunter spent campaign funds on "desire for intimacy"


$351: Rental car from Reno to Heavenly Mountain Resort near Lake Tahoe

$7: Sam Adams beer at resort’s Cutthroats Saloon

$1,008: Hotel tab for resort visit with Individual 14, a lobbyist with whom Hunter lived in Washington, D.C.

$180: Airfare from Nevada to Washington, D.C.


$905: Hotel bar tab and room shared with Individual 14

$257: Mileage reimbursement for trip, although Individual 14 had driven her car

$121: Beer, nachos, and wings


$455: Bill for Capitol Hill hotel

$253: Greens fees, 10 beers, an Adidas shirt, and visor at Old Hickory Golf Club in Virginia


$29: Uber taken to home of woman in relationship with Hunter, known as Individual 15

$93: Cocktails at speakeasy-style bar near Individual 15’s home

$21: Uber ride from woman’s home to office


$202: Drinks and snacks at the bar of the H Street Country Club

$20: Uber ride

$352: Dinner at Matchbox Pizza with a teen relative and Individual 16, a woman in a relationship with Hunter

$42: Uber rides to and from the home of Individual 17, who was involved with Hunter


$32: Uber ride from the home of Individual 18, who was involved with Hunter