A San Francisco grand jury has indicted a former General Services Administration official whose lavish trips on the taxpayer’s dime and whose image relaxing in a hot tub in 2012 became a symbol of government fraud and abuse.

The grand jury charged Jeffrey Neely, who was a regional administrator for the GSA, with submitting fraudulent reimbursement claims and making false statements, said U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag and GSA Office of Inspector General, Special Agent in Charge David House.

If convicted, Neely faces a maximum sentence of five years imprisonment and a fine of $250,000 for each of the five charges.

Neely, 59, was infamously pictured in a hot tub during a government-funded junket in Las Vegas that cost taxpayers $823,000.

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