Hillary Clinton thought she was finally out of the woods when it came to her personal email scandal. On Friday, however, she learned the hard way that she was dead wrong about this.

AOL reported that the State Department just released a new batch of emails between Clinton and her associates sent to and from her private email account. Over 50 emails appeared on the department’s Freedom of Information Act portal, and they showed Clinton interacting with aides such as Huma Abedin and her then chief of staff Cheryl Mills.

Abedin reportedly used addresses to set up travel plans and meetings with foreign dignitaries, as well as requests to print documents such as discussions of aid to Haiti. Some portions of the emails, such as discussion of a call with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu in July 2011 and a trip in October 2009, have been heavily redacted.

This comes after Clinton found herself in hot water when Mediaite reported that during Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2008, she allowed a campaign adviser to remain on her team despite accusations of sexual harassment. Patti Solis Doyle, who initially served as campaign manager for Hillary Clinton in 2008, just spoke out to say that she had demanded the adviser be fired, but she was overruled.

The New York Times stated that Doyle had “approached Mrs. Clinton and urged that Mr. [Burns] Strider, who was married at the time, be fired,” but Clinton “said she did not want to.” Doyle just went on CNN to say that “the incident was brought to my attention” and she thoroughly looked into the matter. She came to the conclusion that this was a clear case of sexual harassment here and she recommended that Clinton fire him, but she was “overruled.”

“She overruled you personally?” CNN’s Brianna Keiler asked.

“I was overruled, yes,” Doyle said.

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