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According to the New York Times, Rep. Matt Gaetz who’s also a close personal friend of President Trump is currently under investigation by the DOJ because of a sexual allegation with a 17-year-old girl.
The sources claim the investigation has been opened and conducted by the former Attorney General, William Barr.
“The examination of the 38-year-old congressman’s alleged personal relationship is reportedly part of a larger probe into Gaetz’s political ally and former local Florida tax collector Joel Greenberg, who faces charges of sex trafficking a child and providing payment to people, including at least one female minor, in exchange for sex.”
“Greenberg pleaded not guilty to the charges last year and is scheduled to appear in an Orlando court in June. The former Florida official was sent to jail earlier this month for violating the terms of his bail.”
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“No charges have been filed against Gatez and the details on how he met the girl involved in the alleged relationship were not immediately clear. ”
In an interview with the Times, the accused representative said that his lawyers are already in contact with the DOJ and were notified that “the congressman was the subject of a probe, not the target of one. ”
“I only know that it has to do with women,” Gaetz told the NY Times. “I have a suspicion that someone is trying to recategorize my generosity to ex-girlfriends as something more untoward.”
“The allegations against me are as searing as they are false,” Gaetz stated for Axios in a phone interview. “I believe that there are people at the Department of Justice who are trying to criminalize my sexual conduct, you know when I was a single guy.”
Before he got engaged, which happened in December, he reported that he made sure his previous women were all taken care of, financially speaking.
“You know, I’ve paid for flights, for hotel rooms. I’ve been, you know, generous as a partner,” he continued. “I think someone is trying to make that looked criminal when it is not.”