BROOKLYN - Two Brooklyn state senators are among the politicians who were secretly record as part of an ongoing corruption probe.

Former state Sen. Shirley Huntley recorded Eric Adams and Vilmanette Montgomery, along with seven other Democrats, without their knowledge in a sting operation to gain leniency in her own corruption scandal.

Huntley already had a hand in bringing down Brooklyn state Sen. John Sampson earlier this week.

Adams, a former cop and contender in the upcoming race for borough president, told the Associated Press that he believes in transparency and is willing to help with any investigation.