SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco Mayor London Breed may have received a gift from another person involved in the city's political corruption scandal, a new report says.
Lefty O'Douls owner Nick Bovis may have paid $1,250 for a parade float in 2015 when Breed was on the Board of Supervisors, according to the San Francisco Examiner.
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Bovis was arrested alongside former Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru, who is currently facing corruption charges.
Last week, Mayor Breed admitted Nuru gifted her close to $6,000 by having her car repaired and securing her a rental vehicle.
SF Mayor Breed may have received potentially illegal gift from Lefty O'Douls owner, report says
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