New allegations against embattled Metro Councilwoman Judy Green have surfaced.Last week, LEO outlined charges from Green's staff of political bribery and identity theft. This weekend, the Courier-Journal reveals more. ...the councilwoman made a side agreement with 100 Black Men so it would ask for more money than needed and reroute $2,400 for other purposes at Green's request — including youth football banquets and buying 10 tickets for a Kentucky Derby fundraiser. “It was made clear upfront that some of the money would be redirected … and that (Green's office) would tell us where to redirect it,” Rob Jordan, president of 100 Black Men, said in an interview last week. The arrangement also was confirmed to the newspaper by Charles Alexander III, who is the treasurer of 100 Black Men and Green's political campaigns.Green's attorney says the charges are politically motivated or brought by disgruntled employees. Her colleagues on the council are largely withholding comment until after an Ethics Commission hearing on a summer jobs program that allegedly benefitted Green's family.