LaPierre is coming under increasing scrutiny after he was reinstated as CEO. He was challenged by former NRA President Oliver North, who stepped down. Now documents, posted anonymously online, appear to show how LaPierre billed Ackerman McQueen Inc, the group's ad agency for thousands of dollars. They provide new details of the clothing, travel and expenses totaling $542,000. He said to have spent $39k at the Zegna store in Beverly Hills, CA on one day. They also appear to show the NRA racked up $24 million in legal bills. The leaked letters, which appear to be genuine, were sent last month by the organization's then-President Oliver North to the NRA's board. 'It is troubling and pathetic that some people would resort to leaking information to advance their agendas', NRA's new president says.