The seven women in the Senate Republican conference on Tuesday evening called for the $8.5 million in the campaign account of former Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to be directed to charitable organizations that aid survivors of domestic violence.

The money would be disbursed if Schneiderman is prosecuted in connection to the allegations made by four women that Schneiderman assaulted them.

“As women lawmakers, we were horrified by the revelations regarding Eric Schneiderman’s abuse of women,” the lawmakers said in the joint statement. “The former Attorney General launched his initial campaign for statewide office after taking down Hiram Monserrate and has repeatedly portrayed himself as a supporter of the #MeToo movement and a champion of women. This was a lie — he was a fraud and a hypocrite.:

At the same time, the lawmakers called for those who have received money from Schneiderman to donate the money they received.

“In addition, any recipient of his campaign funds should donate those monies to domestic violence causes so that some good may come from these abhorrent and indefensible acts,” they said.

The Republican women’s caucus is composed of Sens. Catharine Young, Patty Ritchie, Kathy Marchione, Sue Serino, Elaine Phillips and Pam Helming and is chaired by Sen. Betty Little.