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An OnlyFans model has said lying Long Island Rep. George Santos was among those who subscribed to her X-rated content — and claimed she once “rated his d–k.”
Leila Lewis aired the allegation about the House member’s, well, member on social media hours after the House Committee on Ethics released a damning report detailing evidence the 35-year-old Republican had splashed some of his campaign cash on personal expenses — including OnlyFans subscriptions.
“This guy was subbed to me HAHAHAHA,” the porn star posted on X in response to news reports about the committee’s findings.
“I rated his d–k,” she alleged.
Asked by a follower to make the congressman’s rating public, Lewis responded: “I can’t find it I think he deleted his account.”
A rep for Santos didn’t immediately respond to The Post’s request for comment about Lewis’ claim.
The adult content creator, who also didn’t respond to The Post, has more than 450,000 followers combined across her Instagram and X accounts.
In her OnlyFans bio, Lewis — who originally hails from Pennsylvania — describes herself as “your soon to be favorite curvy porn star.”
Her social media pages are filled with pornographic videos and X-rated photos of herself.
It wasn’t clear when Santos was alleged to have subscribed to Lewis’ OnlyFans — a service where users can pay for raunchy photos and videos from models of both sexes.
The ethics panel said an investigation into Santos’ spending had found he’d paid for OnlyFans subscriptions from $50,000 in campaign donations that were diverted to his personal accounts in October 2022.
Still, the GOP congressman had claimed back in March that he didn’t know what OnlyFans was as rumors swirled he had an account.
“I’ll indulge you this, I just discovered what OnlyFans was three weeks ago, when it was brought up in a discussion in my office,” Santos told Fox Business Network host Lisa Kennedy Montgomery.
“I was oblivious to the whole concept.”
In addition to raunchy interactions, the ethics panel’s report found Santos had blown donor money on stays in Atlantic City and the Hamptons, as well as Botox treatments, a $4,000 Hermes purchase, and $6,000 worth of goods from Ferragamo stories.
Santos, who announced shortly after the report was released that he would not seek re-election, assailed the findings in a tweet on X as a “disgusting politicized smear.”
Separately, the Long Island lawmaker is facing a 23-count federal indictment, including charges of embezzlement and lying to Congress. In that case, he has denied many of the accusations or insisted he made innocent mistakes.