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Mr. Jones sold the property for $2.7 million in 2010, according to D.C. property records. The Stadium Club opened that same year.

In April, The Times reported that the FBI and the D.C. Inspector General’s Office had requested documentation about Miracle Hands from the HIV/AIDS Administration. Neither agency would confirm or deny the existence of a criminal investigation.

The attorney general’s action last week prompted Mayor Vincent C. Gray to publicly deny that Mr. Jones campaigned for him last year, as reported in The Times.

But the complaint does not seem to have bothered Mr. Jones, who joked about the attorney general’s complaint on the air: “Ooh, we’re all in hot water now.”