The pursuit of a lobbying disclosure case against a rape survivor who pushed for the passage of the Child Victims Act has continued to draw condemnations from state lawmakers.

Kat Sullivan, who was raped while a student at the Emma Willard School in Troy, used the proceeds of her settlement money to pay for a plane to fly a banner and billboards in support of the legislation.

The Joint Commission on Public Ethics contends Sullivan spent more than $5,000 on the effort and should register as a lobbyist. Failure to do so could lead to a $25,000 fine.

Sullivan’s attorney David Grandeau on Wednesday at a JCOPE meeting blasted the commission for investigating the case. Two Democratic lawmakers, Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal and Sen. Liz Krueger, agreed.

“I’m really upset and kind of disgusted as well. It appears she’s been revictimized,” Rosenthal said in an interview on The Capitol Pressroom on Wednesday. She’s being singled out here in my opinion and it’s causing her more trauma.”

Krueger pointed to a constitutional amendment she backs that would overhaul the ethics and lobbying watchdog to provide it with more independence.

“I seriously doubt that new independent entity would be deciding to target this young woman for a $5,000 expenditure that’s in the public interest,” she said.

JCOPE has pursued the Sullivan investigation for the last year.

Assemblyman Charles Lavine last month wrote a letter to the commission criticizing the panel’s handling of the case.