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Can’t mayoral son and Housing Authority official Carlos Gray get his clubbing on in peace? Previously, the Washington Times reported that the younger Gray was moonlighting as a promoter for liquors like Ciroc and Don Julio, as well as hanging out with an unsavory character at Stadium Club on Queens Chapel Road NE.

Now the Times, which is quickly establishing itself as Washington’s premiere source for Carlos Gray news, has a sad update: Gray is no longer a liquor “brand specialist.”

There’s some dispute over how Gray lost his nocturnal gig. The Housing Authority tells the Times that the liquor campaign ended, but Gray also left the job just two days after the first Times article.

Now that he has more free time, Carlos Gray might consider getting less prudish friends:

A friend of Carlos Gray, who declined to be identified by name, said he and others had spoken with the mayor’s son about the “public perception” of working for an agency that manages housing projects while also promoting alcoholic beverages and being photographed on his second job with Brazilian supermodels, NFL stars, celebrity rappers, disc jockeys and other partygoers.

Now where am I going to get my coconut-flavored Ciroc?

Photo by Darrow Montgomery