A former political consultant secretly recorded by ex-Sen. Shirley Huntley was indicted on Thursday by a federal grand jury for defrauding the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee of $100,000, U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara announced.

The indictment comes nearly two months after Lowe’s October arrest.

Lowe is accused of causing a vendor to submit a phony invoice for printing services of the campaign committee and asking the printer to send $75,000 to himself, with $20,000 going to another political consultant.

The $20,000 payment came days after a member of the Senate promised to pay the consultant for a service previously provided.

Lowe is also accused of income tax violations for failing to report more than $2 million income from consultant fees.

He’s charged with three counts of subscribing to false tax returns between the years of 2007 and 2009, as well as three counts of failing to file a tax return between 2010 and 2012.

Meanwhile, Lowe is also accused of causing his bank to falsely report his account balance to a mortgage lender, claiming in 2007 he had $225,000 in order to secure a second home in Georgia. In reality, he had less than $2,200 in the account.

Lowe was among the nine people secretly recorded by federal authorities who were working ex-Sen. Shirley Huntley, a Queens Democrat now in jail for stealing member item cash from a non-profit she controlled.