Reform LA Jails paid $10,179 for “meetings and appearances” at the Calamigos Guest Ranch and Beach Club and $15,593 at the Malibu Conference Center, which is owned by the resort, according to campaign finance records reviewed by the Daily Caller News Foundation.

The records, covering the period between July and September 2019, show the payments were made on behalf of the group by a consulting firm owned by Asha Bandele, co-author of Cullors’ 2018 biography, “When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir.”

Guests at the posh, 200-acre resort have exclusive access to a private five-acre strip of the Malibu coast, according to the Daily Caller, which said it was unclear why Reform LA Jails booked meetings at the site.

The California Fair Political Practices Commission, which regulates such political groups, states that campaign funds “must be used for political, legislative, or governmental purposes,” according to the outlet.

A review of the jail reform group’s social media records shows it organized several events in the LA area in the second half of 2019, including a party at actress Jane Fonda’s home and a “day party + summit” in Pasadena, the Daily Caller News Foundation said.

But the DCNF said it was unable to find any public records of Reform LA Jails holding an event at the Malibu resort.

It was unclear why the group booked its stay there through a consulting firm owned by Bandele, who raked in nearly $260,000 in consulting fees from Reform LA Jails in 2019, according to campaign finance records cited in the report.

“Reform LA Jails’ filings raise a number of questions,” Peter Flaherty, chairman of the conservative watchdog group National Legal and Policy Center, told the DCNF.

“An audit would establish whether any campaign funds were used for personal purposes,” he added.

Reform LA Jails did not return multiple requests for comment by the Daily Caller, which recently reported along with Fox News that Cullors was paid upwards of $20,000 a month as the chairwoman of the group.

Reform LA Jails paid Cullors’ consulting firm, Janaya and Patrisse Consulting, a total of $191,000 in 2019, according to campaign finance data cited by the news outlets.

Cullors, who is listed as “principal officer” and “business owner” on the payments, started the firm with her spouse and BLM co-founder Janaya Khan.

The reports came as the 37-year-old activist faced criticism over a real estate spending spree in which she snagged four high-end homes for $3.2 million in the US alone.