Ouch, the hits keep coming for Arnold Schwarzenegger. Sources said Wednesday that the California Attorney General’s Office is investigating the former governor for allegedly using his state-funded security detail to escort women to his hotel room. The AG's office did not comment if there was a criminal investigation, but sources said top lawmakers have called for an inquiry into Schwarzenegger’s affair. One reported witness, the head of security at the Sacramento Hilton, said he frequently saw California Highway Patrol officers escort “scantily clad” women in and out of Schwarzenegger’s suite. The former governor admitted last week that he fathered a child out of wedlock, shortly after he and his wife, Maria Shriver, announced they would be separating after 25 years of marriage.