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Topic - Dena Michaelson
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray's son, Carlos, a "team captain" on his 2010 mayoral campaign and a business development and marketing coordinator at the D.C. Housing Authority, is no longer moonlighting as a "brand specialist" for a New York firm that represents top-shelf liquor labels, D.C. officials said.
While embattled D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray fights corruption allegations involving his 2010 mayoral campaign, his son, Carlos, has become entrenched in a party-boy lifestyle that apparently goes with his moonlighting job as a liquor "brand specialist" for top-shelf labels such as Ciroc vodka, Don Julio tequila and Nuvo sparkling vodka liqueur.
His supervisor also determined that his position with MKTG "posed no conflict of interest with his employment at DCHA," she said.
"If it is determined that an employee's outside work interferes with her/his performance or ability to meet the requirements of the position, the employee may be asked to terminate outside employment to remain employed" by the housing authority, she said in an email.