He's been one of the most colourful characters of this Parliamentary term.
But Brendan Horan's time in the bear pit has proved to be a bruising affair. He was turfed out of New Zealand First in 2012 after his siblings alleged he'd ripped off his dying mother and changed her will.
Winston Peters has rallied against Horan, criticising him for remaining in Parliament as an independent despite coming in on the New Zealand First list.
The executor's inquiry into his mother's will has found no evidence against him. So is Brendan Horan owed an apology?
He joins Mihingarangi Forbes in studio to discuss this.