HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. - In 2008, Kevin White paid a fine to the Florida Elections Commission for using campaign money to buy suits and ties.
In September 2009, White received free tickets to Tampa Bay Buccanneers game and didn't report them.
In August 2009, a jury found White guilty of sexually discriminaton against a female aide. Alyssa Ogden accused him of firing her for rebuffing his sexual advances.
In January 2010, White was sued by his fellow Hillsborough County commissioners to recover hundreds of thousands in legal fees the county paid out because of the discrimination lawsuit.
White turned around and sued the county to pay his legal bills, saying he was broke.
In December of 2010, White bought a second home in Riverview. Published reports say he made the purchase with a loan from a businessman his public transportation commission oversaw.
Last month, the Florida Ethics Commission ruled against White in the Ogden sexual discrimination case.
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