According to Federal Election Commission documents, pop singer Katy Perry’s production company was paid roughly $70,000 by Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
The documents were first shared by the Washington Free Beacon, which reports that two months after Perry endorsed Clinton in October, the Hillary for America campaign reported paying the singer’s Kitty Purry, Inc. company for “event production.”
According to page 30,998 of an 34,938 page expense report filed by Clinton’s campaign, on Dec. 3, 2015, Hillary for America disbursed a $69,878.15 payment to Perry’s Sherman Oaks California-based production company.
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