Michael McKenna, the former general counsel of the National Credit Union Administration who retired suddenly Nov. 19, quit after learning he was under investigation for ingesting marijuana, drinking heavily and visiting strip clubs during work hours with his deputy general counsel, Lara Daly-Sims.

Corporate Counsel wrote about McKenna’s sudden departure last November, but at the time no one mentioned the ongoing investigation into the pair.

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