George Santos is selling videos on Cameo now

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  • Embattled former Rep. George Santos was expelled from Congress on December 1.

  • Now, he's selling $150 videos of himself talking to anyone who'll buy them.

  • He initially sold the videos at $75 each but quickly upped it to $150.

Former GOP Rep. George Santos is out of Congress, but not the limelight.

After 311 representatives voted to kick him from the legislative body at the beginning of December, he's now moved on to selling videos of himself on Cameo, a website where people can have celebrities record a message to fans for a price.

In Santos' case, that price is $150, and he's purportedly willing to talk about a variety of things: birthdays, holidays, give pep talks, or even roast someone.

He initially sold each video for $75 but quickly changed the price to $150 just hours after launching his Cameo profile.

Santos' profile on the site lists himself as a "Former congressional 'Icon'!💅🏼" — he also notes he's "The Expelled member of Congress from New York City."

No videos have been posted publicly to his profile as of yet, but a former staffer of his confirmed to Business Insider the account belongs to Santos. The former congressman has also included a link to the website in his X profile.

Santos was expelled from Congress weeks after the House Ethics Committee released a report that said he "brought severe discredit upon the House" by filing false reports to the Federal Elections Commission and used campaign funds for himself (in at least one instance for Botox), along with other fraudulent activity.

The former congressman has also been indicted on 23 criminal charges in New York connected to wire fraud, money laundering, and identity theft.

Since getting expelled, he's also gone on a posting spree on X, railing against Republican members of Congress from New York.

Read the original article on Business Insider