A recent report by the Inspector General discovered that a former General Services Administration manager and Trump campaign worker had oral sex with a White House staffer on the rooftop of the agency’s headquarters and drank alcohol in his office.
Former GSA associate administrator Brennan Hart admitted to investigators that he brought a White House staffer into the GSA’s central office in Washington D.C. in July 2017 and made drinks for them using vodka he had stored inside of his desk, according to the report, which was obtained Wednesday by WRC.
“He said their sexual activity began in the Administrator suite area and culminated with oral sex on the rooftop of the Central Office,” the report said. “Hart stated this occurred on only one occasion.”
The report was obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request with the name of the White House staffer being left out. Hart also confessed to getting drunk in the office with colleagues, including former acting GSA administrator Timothy Horne, inspectors found.
“Hart stated he kept a bottle of vodka at his desk and only consumed alcohol in the GSA Central Office after normal business hours,” the report read.
According to the reports, the agency’s current administrator, Emily Murphy, admitted to investigators in February 2018 that she “often permits” her immediate staffers to drink booze in her office after business hours on Fridays but said she was “very careful about such approvals,”.
Hart now works at Three Rivers Solutions, a consulting and public relations firm he started after leaving the government agency, The Hill reports. It’s unclear if he resigned or was fired from his job, but he was cited for possessing and consuming alcohol on the job and having sex on government property, the report found.
“Having sex in the central office building is not an authorized purpose for use by the public,” the report said. “Further, there is no law or GSA regulation that allows an employee to have sex in the building.”
In a statement, a GSA spokeswoman told WRC that it holds all employees to the “highest ethical standards” and holds mandatory ethics training for GSA political appointees every month.