Yet another Queens legislator could be going upriver — the result of a scandal that unfolded in 2012.
Former state Sen. Shirley Huntley, D-Jamaica, pleaded guilty to fraud charges Wednesday, according to NY1.
Huntley was arrested late last year for embezzling money from a Queens non-profit that she ran through her office.
NY1 reported that Huntley admitted in court to using funds from an education non-profit to pay off a personal credit card, among other family expenses.
The former state Senator, who was ousted late last year by City Councilman James Sanders, faces as much as five years in prison.
Prosecutors told the website that Huntley is likely to face between 18 months and two years in prison when sentenced.