On top of all the alleged misuse of hundreds of thousands of dollars in state funds, Edelen says the investigation cost taxpayers more than $100,000.
Current commissioner Comer says his department has made a fresh start, and while the allegations against Farmer are worse than could have been imagined.
He now believes everyone should be audited.
"I was shocked; I was sad when I read it. Then I thought, what if every government agency requested an internal audit. We wouldn't have enough paper to report all the waste and misuse of taxpayer dollars in my opinion as being a Rep for 11 years in Frankfort."
Comer says they have recovered several items from Farmer since the beginning of the investigation including a widely publicized missing fridge, some guns, and computers, all of which he hopes to sell to help off set the cost of the audit.