In a separate statement to the voters released on Wednesday, Hill admitted to having had an inappropriate relationship with a campaigner before entering Congress, for which she apologized.
Hill denied having a relationship with Graham Kelly on Tuesday, who is currently working as her legislative director, according to Legistorm, a private research organization dedicated to prosecuting the congress. There is no evidence for this alleged relationship.
"Allegations that I was involved in a relationship with Mr. Kelly are completely wrong," Hill said in a statement.
CNN has asked Kelly for a comment, but none of this is heard.
A statement by the committee does not state that "there is a violation" just because an investigation has been initiated.
Last week, a conservative blog published intimate photos of Hill claiming she and her husband had a disconnected relationship with an unnamed female campaigner. This report contained three photos of the congressmen, including an explicit photo.
"Familiar photos of myself and another person were posted on the internet by republican activists without my consent," Hill said in her statement on Tuesday. "I've notified the Capitol Hill police who are investigating the situation and potential violations of the laws that have posted and distributed the photos, so I will not comment on the digital materials."
The statement of the ethics committee does not mention any investigation of this relationship. Hill's relationship with the campaign staff would be beyond the committee's responsibility, as it did so before Hill took office.
In a letter to voters released Wednesday night, Hill writes: "I've been involved in the last tumultuous years of my abusive marriage. I know that even a consensual relationship with a subordinate is inappropriate, but despite my better judgment, I still have it I apologize, I wish her all the best and I hope everyone respects her privacy in this difficult time. "
" But the truth is that distributing intimate photos with the intention of publishing them is a crime and the perpetrator should be punished to the fullest extent of the law, I have notified the Capitol Police which is investigating and will therefore do so I have no further comments on this matter, "said Hill.
Hill continues, "I am leaving an abusive husband who seems determined to humiliate me, and I am disgusted that my opponents would try to exploit such a private matter for political purposes, to try this coordinated effort destroying myself and the people near me is despicable and will not succeed, like many women who were previously exposed to such attacks, stronger than those who are afraid of me. "
CNN has Hill & # 39; s husband asked for a comment, but heard nothing of it. Hill provided no evidence linking her husband to the distribution of the photos.
Eva Malecki, a spokeswoman for the US Capitol Police, told CNN to request comment: "We are not commenting on the ongoing investigations."
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