Another member of the Trump family is under scrutiny for allegedly funneling charity money into Donald Trump’s pockets after Lara Trump, the former President’s daughter-in-law, was exposed for spending money from a dog charity at Mar-A-Lago resort.

Trump, who is married to the former President’s son Eric, is linked to the Big Dog Ranch Rescue, and the charity has spent nearly $2 million at properties owned by Donald Trump over the last seven years—and an additional $225,000 is expected to be spent at Mar-a-Lago this weekend, the Huffington Post reports. The group filed a permit with the town of Palm Beach, Florida where they estimated spending the new amount over the coming weekend, and IRS filings show that more than $1.8 million on fundraising costs was spent both there and at a golf course in Jupiter, Florida over the past seven years.

Lara Trump was listed as a chairwoman for charity events for the group beginning in 2018.

As news broke of the money from the charity being spent at Trump resorts and properties, reaction swiftly came against Trump, especially considering that the family has been in trouble for alleged misuse of charity finds in the past.

Others also blasted Trump directly as well as the charity, because it was misleading.

The President of Big Dog Ranch Rescue, Lauren Simmons, released a statement defending her association with Trump and the use of the properties on Friday.

“The quality of service, beauty of the venue and excellent rate provided us as a nonprofit as well as the generosity of supporter who sell-out our event there every year allows us to rescue and home thousands of dog,” she told Huffington Post. “Our investment there and at the other venues mentioned in the article has netted more than $12 million over an eight-year period which allows us to continue our mission.”

Trump’s role as a chairwoman for fundraisers at the charity being associated with family businesses is nothing new for the Trump family. Her husband has also been called out for spending donor money at family properties in the past, and the Trump Foundation spending has been investigated.

The former President also funneled donor money towards his property and spent taxpayer money there as well by frequently golfing at his properties during his time in office, which also forced the Secret Service and other staff to spend money at them as well.

While not using money from charity, an expenditure at the hands of Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner was also exposed just before Joe Biden’s inauguration, after it was revealed that their Secret Service detail was forced to rent an apartment across the street from their home for using the restroom, since they were not allowed to use the toilets in the couple’s home. The money for the apartment, which cost $3,000 each month, came from taxpayer funding.

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Lara Trump, daughter-in-law of former President Donald Trump, is considering running for Senate in 2022 Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images