By Nicole Garcia | Fox 10
He has been expelled from office, but former state lawmaker Don Shooter is not going quietly.
In fact, he is going after the governor’s office.
Shooter, who was expelled from the State House after an investigation found he sexually harassed several women and created a hostile workplace, now claims he has knowledge of scandal and corruption in the Governor’s Office, but before he was able to gather direct evidence, he was kicked out of the state legislature.
Don Shooter voted against the measure, then dropped his microphone and left the chamber on Feb. 1, 2018.
“I want to get it right, and I want to make it right,” said Shooter, before his expulsion. On his way out, Shooter distributed an 85-page “Black Binder” that outlined his claims of corruption.