New York Senate candidate helped to bankroll R-rated sex comedies 'Surf School' and 'Death to the Supermodels'

 New York Senate hopeful Chris McGrath (pictured) has come under fire from women's rights groups amid reports he once bankrolled two R-rated sex comedies

  • Chris McGrath is running for the Long Island seat vacated by Dean Skelos
  • Files reveal investment in firm that financed 'Surf School' and 'Death to the Supermodels'
  • Women's rights group calls movies 'harmful to society and degrading to women'
  • A New York Senate candidate has come under fire from women's rights groups amid reports he once bankrolled two R-rated sex comedies.
    Chris McGrath invested money in a company that financed the low-budget movies 'Surf School' and 'Death to the Supermodels' which include nude scenes.
    Chris McGrath invested money in a company that financed the low-budget movies 'Surf School' (pictured) and 'Death to the Supermodels'
    The Republican, running for the Long Island seat vacated by Dean Skelos, revealed in documents filed to the Legislative Ethics Commission that he invested more than $1,000 into the firm 'Surf School LLC'.
    'Death to the Supermodels', starring Jaime Pressly and Brooke Burns, was released in 2005, the New York Post reports..
    The movie is given a score of 2.2 out of 10 by users of the website IMDB, which writes: 'This sexy comedy finds the world's greatest, most eccentric supermodels gathered on a deserted island for the swimsuit photo shoot from hell.'