Rep. George Santos, the embattled Republican congressman from Long Island, has now been accused of sexual misconduct and ethics violations by a potential staffer, 

who detailed the allegations on Twitter on Friday.  

"This isn't about getting attention, it's about holding actions accountable," Derek Myers, 30, told CBS News.  

Santos' congressional office referred questions to his attorney, Joe Murray, 

who declined to comment.  

According to a letter sent by Myers to the House Ethics Committee, Santos, 34, allegedly asked her on January 25 if she had a profile on Grindr, 

a popular LGBTQ+ dating app. Santos allegedly told Myers that he had a profile on Grindr, Myers said in the letter. 

Later that day, Myers alleged that he was in Santos' office reviewing mail, and Santos invited him to sit next to him on the couch.

"I proceeded to carry on with the discussion about the mail, but the Congressman stopped me by placing his hand on my left leg, near my knee, and said, "Hey buddy, we're going to karaoke tonight.