Federal prosecutors have charged eight people with funneling contributions to the Clinton campaign and multiple other political groups in 2016, CNN reports.
George Nader, who later became a key Mueller cooperator, and Allied Wallet CEO Ahmad “Andy” Khawaja are accused of sending millions of dollars to political committees and hiding Nader as its source.
Nader is also accused of reporting to a government in the Middle East on the their efforts, according to CNN.
FEC records and details revealed in the indictment show that the money primarily went toward backing Clinton’s 2016 campaign efforts.
Clinton and her affiliated campaign finance groups are unnamed in the indictment, although the money primarily went to her campaign, according to a source familiar with the investigation.
Attorneys for the Clinton campaign, the Democratic Party, and Bill and Hillary Clinton have not commented on the indictments.