Disgraced former Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed for retirement on June 5 and will earn a nearly $64,000 pension.

Schneiderman resigned in May amid allegations of domestic abuse leveled by multiple women who spoke to The New Yorker.

Schneiderman last month received a pro-rated pension payment of $4,618 and will receive monthly payments of $5,329.

The former attorney general has not yet been criminally charged based on the accusations.

His resignation triggered a Democratic primary for the office Schneiderman had held since 2011. Currently, there are four Democrats vying for the nomination: Leecia Eve, Zephyr Teachout, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney and New York City Public Advocate Tish James.

Republican Keith Wofford is the presumptive GOP nominee for attorney general.