(CNN) - Michele Bachmann confirmed Thursday that another key member of her presidential campaign was no longer working for her.
"He quit," Bachmann said of former Political Director Wes Enos. Bachmann was speaking on CNN's "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer." The Ron Paul campaign put out a release noting that he was "recently terminated" by the Bachmann campaign.
The move is the latest development over the last day that has rocked Bachmann's Iowa organization. Late Wednesday, former Bachmann state chairman Kent Sorenson showed up on stage at an event for rival Ron Paul, declaring he had switched allegiances just days before the first-in-the-nation caucus.
Almost immediately, Bachmann claimed the move was financially motivated, citing a conversation she claimed to have had with Sorenson.
Enos released a statement early Thursday calling into question Bachmann's account of what prompted Sorenson to jump ship. Enos' statement was circulated by Paul's campaign Thursday afternoon.
"I won't say much about the situation or the conflicting statements beyond this; I can say unequivocally that Kent Sorenson's decision was, in no way financially motivated," Enos wrote in the statement.
At the time, Enos said he was sticking with Bachmann, despite their disagreement.
"While I personally disagree with Kent's decision, and plan to stay with Michele Bachmann because I truly believe in her, I cannot, in good conscious watch a good man like Kent Sorenson be attacked as a 'sell-out' … That is simply not the case, and it was not the basis of his decision."
But only hours later Bachmann Press Secretary Alice Stewart said only that Enos "no longer works for the campaign." Stewart said legal reasons prevented her from describing in more detail what transpired. A Paul campaign press release regarding the comments from both Sorenson and Enos stated that he was the "recently-terminated Iowa political director for the Bachmann Presidential campaign."
Bachmann said in the interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer that her phone records would be able to prove the conversation with Sorenson did take place, and added that others in her campaign could also vouch for her side of the story.
"[Sorenson] flat out told also Eric Woolson, who is the Iowa Director as well," Bachmann said. "He told a lot of people. There's people a mile long that he told that he was getting money and all of those people are coming out of the woodwork, making themselves available."
–CNN's Shannon Travis and Kevin Liptak contributed to this report.