Representatives of Congress allege financial violations by the Washington Commanders.
The Washington Commanders franchise's ugliness only gets worse.
The organisation is now accused by Congress of having broken financial laws.
The details point toward visiting teams and season-ticket holders.
The information came from Jason Friedman, a sales executive who worked for the company for 24 years, according to the House Oversight Committee.
We sold $811,800 worth of tickets but reported that sale to the NFL at only $721,600.
That leaves a "juice," or money that can go straight into the owner's pocket and is not subject to the NFL revenue sharing programme, of $162,360.
That is what Friedman told the committee in a letter obtained by The Associated Press from an excerpt of his interview.
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