WASHINGTON: Florida Sen. Marco Rubio announced that he fired his chief of staff after getting reports of “improper conduct” with subordinate staffers.

The statement from Rubio’s office was released Saturday evening. His office did not respond to requests for details on Sunday.

The statement said Rubio had been made aware of “allegations of improper conduct by my Chief of Staff while under the employment of my office,” Rubio wrote.

He added that he had “sufficient evidence to conclude that while employed by this office, my Chief of Staff had violated office policies regarding proper relations between a supervisor and their subordinates. I further concluded that this led to actions which … amounted to threats to withhold employment benefits.” Rubio’s office said it will not be disclosing further details.

The Florida Republican said his office will notify appropriate congressional and Senate administrative offices of the matter on Monday.

The announcement made no mention of the chief of staff’s name. However, a news release on Rubio’s website dated December 2016 identified Clint Reed as Rubio’s newly appointed chief of staff.

Steve Wynn funds

Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Susan Collins, R-Maine, said Sunday that their party should immediately consider returning contributions from casino mogul Steve Wynn in light of sexual harassment allegations against him.

Wynn led the Republican National Committee’s fundraising in President Donald Trump’s first year, helping rake in over $130 million.

Republicans previously called on Democrats to return contributions from disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Actor Scott Baio

Scott Baio is denying a claim made by his Charles in Charge co-star Nicole Eggert that something inappropriate happened between the two in his garage when she was a minor.

Baio said in a 16-minute Facebook Live video that he is being falsely accused of inappropriately touching and having intercourse with her when she was a minor. He said they had a consensual relationship after she was over 18.