Ana Alliegro, Central Figure in Latest David Rivera Scandal, Has Gone Missing

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Ana Alliegro, the self-described "Conservative Bad Girl" and a central figure in the latest round of scandal to hit Republican Congressmen David Rivera, has gone missing. Her mother told El Nuevo Herald that she has not heard from her since Wednesday night. Her lawyer also tells the paper that he has not had recent contact with Alliegro either.

Alliegro has been active in local Republican and municipal politics for years, but came to prominence after Justin Lamar Sternad told The Miami Herald that she was his campaign manager. Sternad, a political unknown who works at a hotel, ran in the District 26th Democrat primary to take on Rivera in November. However, he mostly attacked fellow Democrat Joe Garcia, who went on to win the primary. Allegations have surfaced that Rivera may have helped funnel money and other services to Sternad's campaign. Rivera has previously described Alliegro as a friend, and several pictures of the two together were posted on Alliegro's Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Alliegro is also alleged to have delivered $7,000 in cash to pay for flyers for Sternad's campaign that took direct aim at Garcia.

The allegations are now being investigated by the FBI. Alliegro was scheduled to speak to investigators yesterday, but her lawyer, Mauricio Padilla, worked at a deal to save her from the appearance.

Alliegro's family last heard from her on Wednesday night. Her mother tells El Nuevo she was going to drive with her father to meet investigators but never showed up the family's home. However, they have not yet filed a missing persons report.

Alliegro's Twitter was last updated on Monday with this strange message: She had last updated her Twitter account on Saturday to inform her followers that she loved the Beyonce song "Listen."

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drakemallard
drakemallard topcommenter

Making the story a little more "confusing" is that Rivera has been accused of misusing campaign donations for personal use, and Rubio has largely admitted to having done the same thing.

 

Indeed, the far-right senator was about using a Republican Party credit card to purchase personal items. Rubio conceded it "looks bad," and acknowledged, "I shouldn't have done it that way."

 

It's worth noting that we're not talking about minor purchases -- Rubio billed the state GOP for more than $100,000 during his two-year tenure as Florida's House speaker, including repairs to his family minivan.

 

marco rubio and david rivera the  two con men also co-owned a house together, a house that went into foreclosur

Myrantz
Myrantz

I'm sure her family knows where she's hiding.

YumSushi
YumSushi

Another republican rat that needs to be run out of town and/or thrown in prison.

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