American International Group (AIG), the embattled insurance lender, paid 73 executives bonuses of $1 million or more, New York Attorney General Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoCuomo calls a sheriff who won't enforce mask mandate a 'dictator' New York City to reopen field hospital as COVID-19 cases spike White House largely silent on health precautions for Thanksgiving MORE (D) said Tuesday.

AIG has come under fire for doling out $165 million in bonuses, which it has said were intended to retain its employees, after receiving $170 billion in taxpayer funding government bailout funds.

Cuomo, who has subpoenaed the names of who received AIG bonuses, wrote a letter to House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank (D-Mass.) detailing his offices findings.

The top seven bonus recipients were given $4 million each and 22 employees received bonuses $2 million or more.

In addition to the statistics, Cuomo also contested AIG