Former Speaker Bronwyn Bishop has reimbursed the public purse nearly $14,000 for dodgy travel claims, including trips to three weddings and a funeral.
However, Ms Bishop has delivered a fiery retort to questions about the expenses including her infamous chopper ride, insisting she wasn’t being greedy.
Ms Bishop charged the public purse for costs relating to 11 trips, including colleagues’ weddings and media mogul Kerry Packer’s funeral, according to a Department of Finance probe.
The report, obtained and published online by the Herald Sun, says Ms Bishop repaid $6768.25 for the trips.
That money is on top of $7200 she repaid for claiming the November 2014 helicopter trip from Melbourne to Geelong.
The helicopter charter cost $5750 and she was hit with a 25 per cent penalty.
The scandal forced Ms Bishop to resign as Speaker in August 2015 and her bid for preselection in last year's federal election was unsuccessful.
An investigation into a decade of past claims followed.
"Give me a break," the former MP told Sky News on Wednesday night when asked about the report.