Jami-Lee Ross has attempted another attack on Simon Bridges - this time accusing him of failing to declare wine, food and gifts from National Party donor Zhang Yikun.
Ross, a former National MP, said it all happened at the same dinner that he alleged Bridges received the controversial $100,000 donation from the Chinese businessman.
Bridges, the National leader, has completely denied the allegations and said they are defamatory.
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Ross has declared food, alcohol and gifts from Zhang Yikun in the Register of Pecuniary Interests - where MPs must officially declare gifts over $500.
The Botany MP sent Newshub pictures from a dinner, and said he and Bridges helped drink five bottles of $200-a-bottle wine, ate a lot of expensive food, and were given a case of wine each - all adding up to more than $500.
Yikun was not mentioned in Bridges' Pecuniary Interests.
"It would be against Parliament's rules for an MP not to declare gifts over $500 in value, so I'm surprised Simon hasn't declared it - he probably should," Ross told Newshub.
Again, Bridges has denied he ate or drank that much or received a case of wine.
Ross said Bridges gave the wine to him to look after and it got cleared out by the National Party when he was sacked from Caucus.
Despite Bridges' denials, Newshub has reported this because the allegations are serious - omitting details in the register is tantamount to misleading Parliament. But Bridges maintains he didn't and won't be amending the record.
Another round in the seemingly endless Ross v Bridges scrap.