When it rains, it pours.

A Bronx assemblyman has been charged this morning in a scheme to collect thousands of dollars in bribes in exchange for drafting legislation that would benefit a co-defendants’ businesses, according to an unsealed federal complaint.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office later today is expected to hold a news conference laying out the charges against Assemblyman Eric Stevenson and several others accused of funneling money to the lawmaker exchange for official acts.

The charges include theft of honest services and bribery conspiracy.

The case comes as Sen. Malcolm Smith, Councilman Dan Halloran and four others were charged in a sweeping bribery scheme that federal prosecutors alleged this week was part of a plan to put Smith, a Queens Democrat, onto the Republican ballot for New York City mayor.

Stevenson Eric Et Al Complaint by Nick Reisman