Florida's former Lieutenant Governor agrees to pay a $1,000 fine for not accurately reporting income before joining Gov. Rick Scott's administration.
Jennifer Carroll settled with the Florida Commission on ethics Friday. She was not present at the hearing.
The commission unanimously agreed the former Lt. Governor broke the law for failing to disclose her full income.
Carroll reported she only received less than $1,000 from consulting a company, Allied Veterans of the World. The company is accused of running a $300 million dollar racketeering and money laundering scheme.
A Florida Department of Law Enforcement probe found she actually earned more than $16,000.
In 2013, Carroll was forced to resign after state investigators questioned her work with Allied.