The FBI raided the Albany office of a Queen state assemblyman Wednesday morning.
Assembly William Scarborough, a Democrat, told reporters the feds and state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office are probing whether he abused his Assembly travel expenses.
Scarborough, first elected to the Assembly in 1994, insisted he’s acted legally.
The FBI raided his home in Queens, his district office, his Albany office and his Albany hotel room.
He said they took his records and his smartphone.
The veteran lawmaker in 2012 led the Assembly in putting in for travel expenses known as per diems — $33,986 worth.
Assemblyman William Scarborough led the chamber in putting in for travel expenses.
He has regularly been among the per diem leaders in his chamber.