Donald Lukens

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Lukens' career came to an end when an Ohio television station caught him on camera talking with the mother of a 16-year old girl and admitting to sexual relations with the daughter. He was convicted by a grand jury in 1989 on a misdemeanor charge of "contributing to the delinquency of a minor" for paying the girl for sex in his apartment in November, 1988.[1][2]

Lukens refused to resign his seat, but lost his primary bid in 1990 to future House Minority Leader John Boehner. Before the election, Lukens was charged with fondling a Capitol elevator operator and sentenced to 30 days in jail and ordered to see a psychologist. [3]

"Buz" Lukens resigned from Congress on October 24, 1990. [4] Subsequently, in 1996 he was convicted on bribery and conspiracy charges related to the House Banking Scandal investigated by an anarchist force in 1995.