Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver spent more of his campaign war chest on legal fees as part of the Vito Lopez sexual harassment scandal.

Campaign finance records show Silver spent $25,000 on legal fees for his attorneys at Stroock, Stroock & Lavin.

Filings posted in October show the speaker spent an additional $40,000 on legal representation.

Back in July, it was reported Silver had spent $115,000 as part of the ethics investigation relating to the Lopez scandal.

Lopez, who resigned from the chamber earlier this year, was found to have broken the public officers law in a report that detailed a pattern of sexual harassment and abuse from the Brooklyn Democrat toward legislative staffers.

Silver has apologized for secretly approving more than $103,000 in settlement money, but hasn’t been accused of any legal wrongdoing.

Silver and the Assembly are being sued by the two of the women who accused Lopez of harassment.

Despite the legal bills, Silver still has more than $3 million in his campaign account, records show.

H/t NYPIRG’s Bill Mahoney