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Governor gets new executive chef after alleged ‘kitchen improprieties’

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RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) – Governor Bob McDonnell has a new executive chef.

A spokesperson confirms Darren Rounds has been hired to replace Todd Schneider.

CBS 6 reported in March that Schneider had left his position, as state police were looking into a reported allegation of “improprieties involving the kitchen operation at the governor’s mansion.”

There has still been no word if any charges will be filed, but an investigation found that Schneider was convicted of misdemeanor embezzlement in 2000.

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