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George Santos has been spotted tripping and breaking his watch on a hotel staircase a day after being expelled from the House of Representatives.

The former congressman was walking up the rain-soaked steps at Waldorf Astoria hotel in Washington, DC just before 10pm Saturday when he slipped and smashed his watch as onlookers snickered.

This marked the latest humiliation in what has been an extraordinarily bad week for the disgraced New York representative.

Santos was voted out Friday after he was confronted with his extensive record of lying and hit with multiple criminal charges including laundering campaign funds and defrauding donors.

‘Why would I want to stay here? To hell with this place,’ Santos told reporters outside the US Capitol after the vote.

George Santos took a tumble on the stairs of the Waldorf Astoria in Washington, DC, one day after he was expelled from Congress

George Santos took a tumble on the stairs of the Waldorf Astoria in Washington, DC, one day after he was expelled from Congress

The former U.S. representative tripped on the wet stairs and fell, shattering his watch, much to the amusement of onlookers

The former U.S. representative tripped on the wet stairs and fell, shattering his watch, much to the amusement of onlookers

His former colleagues voted him out of Congress Friday, with Republicans joining Democrats in a 311-114 vote

His former colleagues voted him out of Congress Friday, with Republicans joining Democrats in a 311-114 vote

Over 100 Republicans joined Democrats in booting out the serial fabulist, bringing the final tally to 311-114.

Santos stormed off the House floor minutes before the vote concluded and warned reporters that the House ‘set a new dangerous precedent for themselves.’

His lies were laid out in painstaking detail in a report by the U.S. House Committee on Ethics. They include fabricating family links to the Holocaust, the 9/11 death of his mother and recovering from a brain tumor.

Santos survived a vote to expel him last month after 31 Democrats and most Republicans voted to keep him, with many saying they would rather wait for the Ethics Committee report.

It takes a two-thirds majority in the House to expel a sitting member of Congress.

Tensions were high in the days and hours leading up to the vote. After Rep. Max Miller labelled Santos a ‘crook,’ Santos fired back: ‘My colleague wants to come up here, call me a crook. The same colleague who’s accused of being a woman beater.’

He was referencing unproven claims that Miller slapped and grabbed his ex-girlfriend, Stephanie Grisham.

The former Long Island Congressman’s expulsion from the House is immediate and New York Gov. Kathy Hochul will declare the seat vacant and call for a special election to fill his position.

‘I am prepared to undertake the solemn responsibility of filling the vacancy in New York’s 3rd District,’ Hochul wrote on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter. ‘The people of Long Island deserve nothing less.’

Hochul is required to call a special election within 10 days of the expulsion vote. Both parties expect the election to be held sometime in February.

Santos survived expulsion last month after 31 Democrats and most Republicans voted to keep him, with many saying they would rather wait for a report from the House Committee on Ethics

Santos survived expulsion last month after 31 Democrats and most Republicans voted to keep him, with many saying they would rather wait for a report from the House Committee on Ethics

The days leading up the vote were laced with tension - on one instance, Santos fired back at fellow Republican Rep. Max Miller, calling him a 'woman beater'

The days leading up the vote were laced with tension – on one instance, Santos fired back at fellow Republican Rep. Max Miller, calling him a ‘woman beater’

Santos is the sixth representative in history to be kicked from the U.S. House of Representatives

Santos is the sixth representative in history to be kicked from the U.S. House of Representatives

Santos has pleaded not guilty to 23 charges in federal court including identity theft, charging his donors’ credit cards without their approval and submitting false campaign reports.

He is not expected to face trial until next September.

According to the House Ethics Committee, Santos ‘sought to fraudulently exploit every aspect of his House candidacy for his own personal financial profit.’

The scathing report accuses him of diverting campaign money to pay for Botox treatments, designer bags, OnlyFans purchases and cash withdrawals at a casino. 

The Republican used $3,000 in campaign funds for an Airbnb in the Hamptons, while another multi-thousand-dollar transfer to his business was spent on luxury Ferragamo goods and rent.

Santos is also accused of inflating six personal loans to his campaign, claiming they were worth $80,000 when they only amounted to $3,500.

The other lies he told span nearly every aspect of his life.

According to the Ethics Committee, Santos diverted campaign funds to pay for designer bags, porn and an Airbnb in the Hamptons

According to the Ethics Committee, Santos diverted campaign funds to pay for designer bags, porn and an Airbnb in the Hamptons

He is also accused of inflating six personal loans to his campaign, claiming they were worth $80,000 when they only amounted to $3,500

He is also accused of inflating six personal loans to his campaign, claiming they were worth $80,000 when they only amounted to $3,500

‘My grandfather was born in Kyiv and left in the late 20s and migrated to Belgium where he met my grandmother and then started a family,’ Santos told Fox Digital in February.

He claimed his family name on his mother’s side was ‘Zabrovsky’ and explained: ‘We don’t carry the Ukrainian last name, for a lot of people who are descendants of World War II refuges or survivors of the Holocaust, a lot of names or paperwork were changed in the name of survival.’

Reports indicate there have been no successful efforts to trace any Jewish or Ukrainian heritage in his family tree.

In 2020, Santos claimed that he was raised by ‘a white Caucasian mother, an immigrant from Belgium.’ However, his mother, Fatima Devolder, was born in Brazil, according to her obituary.

In a July 2021 post to social media, Santos wrote, ‘9/11 claimed my mother’s life,’ after hitting out at a user with the handle ‘9/11 was a victimless crime.’

In all actuality, his mother died in December 2016, more than 15 years after the attack.

Santos confirmed the real date in a December 2021 tweet that read: ‘December 23rd this year marks 5 years I lost my best friend and mentor. Mom you will live forever in my heart.’

A New York Times report described Santos’ mother as a housekeeper, although his campaign website described his mother as ‘the first female executive at a major financial institution.’ 

The ex-Congressman has pleaded not guilty to 23 charges in federal court including identity theft and submitting false campaign reports

The ex-Congressman has pleaded not guilty to 23 charges in federal court including identity theft and submitting false campaign reports

He took to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, hours after the vote to announce his plan to file complaints against several of his former colleagues - through the House Ethics Committee

He took to X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, hours after the vote to announce his plan to file complaints against several of his former colleagues – through the House Ethics Committee

Hours after he was expelled from Congress, Santos went on a social media rampage, announcing his plan to use the House Ethics Committee to file complaints against several of his former colleagues.

The frenzy began just before midnight on Friday. In the first post, Santos questioned Rep. Nicole Malliotakis’ stock trading, seemingly implying she used inside information.

‘Before joining the committee the congresswoman didn’t have an active trading habit or a high volume stake,’ he wrote. ‘The question is, what set of information is she trading with?’

He clarified his stance in another post, likening her to Paul Pelosi and declaring: ‘The signature bank trades she did REEKS of insider trading!’ 

A subsequent post accused Rep. Mike Lawler of ‘questionable campaign finance violations.’

‘The concerning questions are; is Mr Lawler engaging in laundering money form his campaign to his firm then into his own pocket? I will let the Office of Congressional Ethics be the judge of that,’ Santos wrote.

Yet another accusation was lobbed at freshman Long Island Rep. Nick LaLota of attending law school while he was supposed to be working at the Board of Elections.

‘The questionable actions are? Did Rep Lalota no-show to his tax pay funded job while going to school and if so he can potential have stolen public funds form the tax payers of NY,’ Santos wrote.

He concluded: ‘I will let the Office of Congressional Ethics determine the validity of this grave allegation raised in his local media.’ 

It has yet to be seen if Santos will follow through with filing the reports tomorrow. 



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