Rep. Chris Collins’ one-time future daughter-in-law and her mother have both finalized settlements over securities violation charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission, federal regulators announced Thursday.

Without admitting or denying any of the charges, Lauren and Dorothy Zarsky settled charges they sold shares in an Australian drug company after Collins alerted his son about the failure of a drug trial. Federal authorities allege that the congressman’s son, Cameron Collins, then alerted his then-girlfriend, and eventual fiancee, and her family to the drug sale bust, according to authorities.

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