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Disgraced ex-mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner was hit with $64,956 in fines Thursday for misusing campaign cash — including using it to pay for his personal phone — one of a slew of violations that got him hit with $64,956 in fines by the city Campaign Finance Board Thursday.
The city Campaign Finance Board voted unanimously to penalize the serial sexter’s failed 2013 campaign for a total of 10 different violations of campaign finance law.
The campaign will also have to repay $195,377.79 in taxpayer matching funds that it did not use.
The board said Weiner’s campaign spent $1,539 on bills for two phones and dry cleaning that CFB found were really Weiner’s personal expenses.