The Irvin Mayfield jazz orchestra promised to give back the money it had collected from a public library charity but new reports say that repayment may not happen, according to a WWL-TV report.

An investigation by WWL-TV exposed $1.03 million in payments from the New Orleans Public Library Foundation to the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra at a time when Mayfield and his longtime friend and business partner, Ronald Markham, were in charge of both agencies.

Both the Library Foundation and the Jazz Orchestra launched internal audits and legal reviews, promising to determine how much of the money was used improperly. While the agencies have kept the findings close to the vest, new Library Foundation President Bob Brown said he was working to come to an agreement about how much the Jazz Orchestra should pay back.

Read the full report on WWLTV.