Santos pleads not guilty to federal fraud charges, released on bond
The congressman was released on $500,000 bond that was posted by three individuals.
New York Republican Rep. George Santos pleaded not guilty Wednesday to 13 federal charges including wire fraud, money laundering and stealing public funds and he was released on bond.
The congressman was released on $500,000 bond that was posted by three individuals. His bond allows him to travel between New York and Washington, D.C., as well as other places with approval in advance, The New York Times reported.