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Former state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman refunded nearly $1 million to more than 150 campaign donors after he was accused of beating four women and quit.

Schneiderman, who hasn’t been charged with any crime since stepping down in May, still has $7.4 million left in his campaign account.

The article goes on to state the following:

All the donors requested their money back because Schneiderman — who was once expected to cruise to a third term — is no longer a candidate, sources said.

The refunds totaled $982,192.

“Schneiderman 2018 is honoring its commitments and paying bills in accordance with applicable law and precedent. Once the committee has honored all its commitments, the remaining funds will be donated to worthy and appropriate causes, consistent with the law,” said Kimberly Spell, speaking for the Schneiderman campaign.

The checks refunded included: $5,000 to actress Bette Midler; $10,000 to Sterling Equities, run by the Wilpon family, who also own the Mets and $10,000 to hall of fame songwriter Carole Bayer Sager.

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