The Trump campaign has been forced to change its logo after a slew of controversy.
The Republican candidate’s team has been embroiled in multiple scandals and allegations, including plagiarism, fraud, and possible violations of campaign finance laws.
The campaign’s most recent controversy came in the form of an email that was discovered on the server of a top aide to Republican candidate Chris Christie.
In it, campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was accused of grabbing a woman by the throat, causing her to faint, and slamming her head into a wall.
Lewandowski’s lawyer has accused the campaign of lying about the incident.
The emails are part of an investigation by the New Jersey State Attorney General’s office into allegations that Lewandowski sexually harassed an employee.
The former Trump aide is being investigated by New Jersey’s Attorney General, George Brauchler, who is also leading a criminal probe into Trump’s campaign.
Brauchlers office has said it’s “committed to vigorously investigating and prosecuting those who commit these heinous crimes.”
A spokesperson for Brauchiers office declined to comment on the new allegations.
The Associated Press has also been investigating allegations that Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, laundered millions of dollars through offshore entities.
Manafort was charged with bank fraud in March.
His lawyer has denied any wrongdoing.
The investigation into Manafort and his work for the campaign is continuing, the AP reported.
Manafort is currently under house arrest and has not been charged with any crime.