Former state Sen. Hiram Monserrate, who was removed from office after a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction, has filed to run for the state Assembly.

A Democrat, Monserrate is running for the seat held by Queens Democratic Assemblyman Jeff Aubry.

He had previously sought an Assembly seat in 2010 following his expulsion and lost. Monserrate in 2017 ran for a seat on the New York City Council and lost. He is now a Queens Democratic district leader.

Monserrate was a key figure in the 2009 state Senate leadership coup, joining with Sen. Pedro Espada of the Bronx to hand control of the chamber to Republicans. Monserrate later returned to the Democratic fold, creating a 31-31 tie, and Espada later rejoined in July of that year.

In 2010, Monserrate was removed from the Senate in a rare expulsion vote after he was convicted of a misdemeanor charge related to an incident in which he was accused of slashing his girlfriend’s face with a broken glass and dragging her down a flight of stairs.

He served 21 months in federal prison after he was found guilty in 2012 in a federal corruption case stemming from siphoning funds from a city discretionary fund.