GOP's Schock betrayed by Instagram pics as AP finds donors funding his awesome social life
Rep. Aaron Schock tangoing on the streets of Buenos Aires with an unidentified woman (Instagram)

Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL) spent taxpayer and campaign funds on private plane flights, massages, and pop music concerts, according to a new report.


The Associated Press reported Monday that the rising GOP star – who has already come fire under for his lavish “Downton Abbey”-styled congressional office – used campaign donations for at least $75,000 in questionable expenses.

Reporters Jack Gillum and Stephen Braun used location data from the 33-year-old Schock’s frequently updated Instagram account to cross-reference with travel and other reports filed by his office.

They found that a Schock PAC called GOP Generation Y billed more than $24,000 over the past four years on concerts, including country music events and performances by Jay-Z and Katy Perry, and fundraisers held at breweries.

His office also paid $1,400 to a massage parlor in October, and the AP reported that Schock spent more than $40,000 of donors’ money for private airfare.

Lawmakers are allowed to use office funds for private flights if they cover their share of the costs.

A House Ethics Committee investigation remains open into whether Schock violated House rules by soliciting campaign contributions for Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) during a 2012 primary.

“Haters are gonna hate,” Schock said, quoting pop singer Taylor Swift, after the “Downton Abbey” story broke last month.