George Santos’ ex-boyfriend says he stole his phone and never went to work

A new report has unveiled new alleged previous transgressions by embattled Congressman-elect George Santos, this time with allegations from an ex-boyfriend.

Santos, a Republican, was elected to New York’s 3rd congressional district in the recent midterm elections, beating Democratic nominee Robert Zimmerman after incumbent Democrat Thomas Suozzi ran an unsuccessful campaign for governor. Several weeks after his election, numerous reports surfaced claiming that Santos fabricated numerous aspects of the backstory he fought for, including his professional career, education, religious background, and community service.

On Sunday a new report from the New York Times revealed even more details from the congressman-elect’s past, including further allegations of serial dishonesty. The report cited allegations by Pedro Vilarva, who claimed he started dating him in 2014 when he was 18 and Santos was 26, accusing Santos of surprising him with tickets to Hawaii that didn’t actually exist , and in another where he believes Santos stole his phone and pawned it.

Vilarva also accused him of lying about his jobs at the time, with Santos allegedly once claiming to work as an investor at CitiGroup, despite “never actually” going to work. As a result, Vilarva claimed that he often failed to pay the bills.

“He always said he would get money from CitiGroup, he was an investor,” Vilarva explained. “One day it’s one thing, one day it’s another thing. He never really went to work… I would be scared to have someone like that at the helm – with so much power in his hands.”

news week has reached out to Santos representatives for comment.

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Above is a photo of New York Congressman-elect George Santos. An ex-boyfriend of Santos claims he lied about his job and stole his cell phone during their relationship.
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In the wake of the many reports of his claims, Santos admitted in late December to having made up or exaggerated numerous aspects of his backstory, despite remaining committed to service in the House of Representatives. Santos had previously claimed to be a “Jewish American” whose maternal grandparents were Ukrainian Jews who fled the Holocaust to Brazil. Subsequent reports revealed that said grandparents were in fact born in Brazil and that his mother had neither Jewish nor Ukrainian ancestry. Going back to the claims, Santos explained, “I never claimed to be Jewish … I said I was ‘Jewish.'”

Santos is currently under multiple investigations at the federal, state and local levels. Numerous House Democrats, including Joaquin Castro and Ted Lieu, have called for his ouster. Rep. Ritchie Torres, a New York Democrat, has also proposed the Stop Another Non-Truthful Office Seeker (SANTOS) Act, which would require candidates to disclose certain elements of their background under oath so they can be punished for lying. George Santos’ ex-boyfriend says he stole his phone and never went to work

Rick Schindler

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