Former Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway is the latest person to speak with the investigators of the House select committee focusing on the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol riot.

Two sources close to the case have refused to disclose whether the panel had issued a private subpoena for Conway. The committee has also not made any comments regarding the meeting.

Conway was spotted going into a conference room in the O’Neill House Office Building with attorney Emmet Flood. Flood was a lawyer who served in former President Donald Trump’s White House.

Conway herself told reporters during a break from the meeting that her attendance was voluntary. When asked by reporters when her last communication with Trump had been, Conway responded by saying last week.

Conway served as a senior counselor to Trump from the time that he took office until Aug. 2020. She left the White House due to wanting to focus on her family. She had also been a campaign manager for Trump in 2016.

While Conway was no longer working at the White House on Jan. 6, she was included in a report by the Washington Post consisting of a list of 15 Trump advisers, Congress members, GOP officials, and other Trump confidants. Conway has said that on the day of the riot she was in communication with an aide and was urging Trump to tell his supporters to stop and stand down. She also said that she had received a call from D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s office asking for her assistance in convincing Trump to send the National Guard.