Two New York senators who voted against a 2009 gay marriage bill are under investigation.

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office is investigating state Senator Shirley Huntley and her familial ties to the nonprofit group The Parent Workshop, the New York Post reported.

Huntley, a Democrat from Queens, reportedly attempted to funnel $155,000 to the group she founded in 2006.

State Senator Carl Kruger is already under arrest.

In a New York Post front page story, the paper outed Kruger and named his live-in boyfriend, gynecologist Michael Turano, amid charges of corruption.

“Closeted Brooklyn state Sen. Carl Kruger, a Democratic powerhouse, traded political favors for more than $1 million in bribes over the last five years -- which his live-in boyfriend helped launder, the feds charged yesterday. Kruger and his secret longtime companion, Manhattan gynecologist Michael Turano, were among eight men arrested in a sweeping government 'pay-to-play' corruption scandal,” the Post wrote on Thursday.

Turano is accused of using bribe money to pay for a Bentley luxury sedan and the mortgage on the multimillion-dollar home the men share with Turano's mother and brother.

In 2009, Kruger and Huntley joined six Senate Democrats in voting against a gay marriage bill approved by the Assembly and supported by then-Governor David Paterson. Governor Andrew Cuomo recently pledged his support for a new effort to approve the bill this year.