(RepublicanWire.org) – Democratic Connecticut Rep. Jahana Hayes, who was caught paying her family tens of thousands of dollars since entering Congress has continued to pay her children with campaign funds.

During the second quarter of 2022, Hayes paid her son David Crenshaw $1,245.65 from her campaign fund. Since entering Congress, she has paid her son $18,283.08.

During the fourth quarter of 2021 Hayes used her campaign fund, called “Friends of Jahana Hayes,” to pay her son $15,118.54 since entering Congress.

FEC records show that Hayes paid over $15,000 in increments of $282.47 each to a person with the name “David Crenshaw” under the category of “Payroll.” In 2018, the Hartford Courant reported Hayes’ son, David Crenshaw, age 24, joined Hayes to celebrate her congressional victory.

During the forth quarter of 2021, “Friends of Jahana Hayes” paid Hayes’ daughter, Asia Clermont, $2,551.41 from her campaign fund in increments of $359.25 each, and since entering Congress, she has paid her daughter $21,299.03.

Despite scrutiny for paying her adult children tens of thousands of dollars to store passwords on her campaign,  FEC records show Hayes is still paying her daughter Asia upwards of $700 per month.

The records became available July 15.

The latest FEC records show Hayes is still paying her son David around $300 per month.

Hayes also reimbursed herself $250 dollars for “petty cash.” The FEC has strict rules about petty cash reimbursements.

Republican Connecticut candidate George Logan has called on the House Committee on Ethics to investigate the legitimacy of her children’s employment. Barbara Ellis, the manager of Hayes’ reelection campaign, said Hayes’ daughter handles campaign scheduling for her mother and Hayes’ son does digital and tech support.