Tampa, Florida -- State Representative John Legg, who is running for the State Senate, is the target of an ethics complaint.
One of his primary opponents says Legg is violating the Florida Constitution because he refuses to resign from the House even though he no longer lives in his district, as is required by law.
The 10 News Investigators first uncovered Legg's residency problems earlier this year and Rob Wallace, who is running for the Republican nomination for State Senate against Legg, called for him to resign two weeks ago.
As we explained in January in our Tale of Two Houses, it appeared Legg was skirting the law for at least four years.
Surveillance and utility bills we obtained showed Legg spent almost all of his time living at his wife's home, outside of his House district. Legg admitted he often stayed at his wife's home, but insisted he was a permanent resident of his House district home, even though he wasn't there permanently.
Now that it is beneficial to be in his wife's home -- which is in the Senate district he is running for, while the home in his House district is not -- Legg has sworn under oath that his wife's home is his permanent residence.
Wallace says it is unethical for Legg to continue to represent his House district and collect a check. Wallace brought up the issue two weeks ago and he says Legg's response was tepid. That's why he decided to file the ethics complaint.
We contacted Legg, but he did not return our phone calls and has figuratively thumbed his nose at Wallace's call for him to resign.
Some suggest there is a level of irony, as Legg is accused of ethics violations while he runs for the Senate Seat being vacated by Jim Norman, who decided not to run... after being accused of ethics violations.