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RNC Boots Two Top Officials in Wake of WeHo Nightclub Scandal

Folks in the RNC still paying for that trip to Voyeur (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)
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It's not just the guy who dropped the big bucks in February at an after-hours gathering of the Republican party's Young Eagles at West Hollywood's bondage-themed nightclub Voyeur who is paying for the controversial non-sanctioned outing. Now the Republican National Committee has given the boot to two high-level officials involved in the group's finances, according to LA Now.RNC Chairman Michael Steele, who was thought to have been the party official who had been at the club when the story first emerged, has authorized the firing of the committee's finance director and deputy finance director, both of whom were in charge of the finance department when they approved the reimbursement for the visit to the club.

Those funds, $2000, were paid back to Orange County's Erik Brown, a political consultant with ties to his church community. These most recent firings are the latest of several, including Allison Meyers, who was the director of the party's Young Eagles program.