More trouble on the way for the Commander of the Commanders.
The House Committee on Oversight and Reform, which has been investigating the allegedly widespread sexual harassment that pervaded Washington under team owner Dan Snyder, is now looking into alleged financial impropriety by the team, according to The Washington Post.
“The allegations came to light in recent weeks as the House Committee on Oversight and Reform reviewed more than 80,000 pages of documents and interviewed witnesses in its inquiry of the team’s workplace and the NFL’s handling of the matter, said those people with knowledge of the matter, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the proceedings are at a sensitive stage.”
Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-N.Y.): “The investigation is going forward."https://t.co/K553L2wqN8
— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) March 31, 2022
Front Office Sports reported committee investigators were exploring whether Snyder’s Commanders had been using “two books” of financial information to create a different picture of the team’s finances.
The committee’s comment, via Front Office Sports:
“The Committee continues to investigate the hostile workplace and culture of impunity at the Washington Commanders as well as the National Football League’s inadequate response and lack of transparency,” a spokesperson for the House Oversight Committee said in a statement to FOS. “The Committee will follow the facts wherever they may lead.”
BREAKING: Congressional investigators have received info that the Commanders and owner Dan Snyder kept "two books" to paint different pictures of team finances.
Congress will now expand its probe into the team's toxic workplace to include finances.
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— Front Office Sports (@FOS) March 31, 2022
The Commanders denied knowing of any such investigation by the committee in a statement to the Post:
“The team is not aware of any investigation by the House Oversight Committee regarding financial matters, despite vague and unsubstantiated claims today by anonymous sources,” a Commanders spokesman said. “The team categorically denies any suggestion of financial impropriety of any kind at any time. We adhere to strict internal processes that are consistent with industry and accounting standards, are audited annually by a globally respected independent auditing firm, and are also subject to regular audits by the NFL. We continue to cooperate fully with the Committee’s work.”
Daniel Snyder is no stranger to allegations, and the latest allegations will just continue to keep the spotlight on him and the Commanders.
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