Matt Gaetz unlikely to be charged in sex trafficking investigation: Report – Rolling Stone

Prosecutors recommended no charges be brought against the Florida congressman for his alleged affair with a 17-year-old girl, according to the Washington Post

Matt Gates has The federal investigation into the possible sex trafficking of a 17-year-old girl has long been under investigation. Washington Post mentioned On Friday, prosecutors recommended that the Florida congressman not be indicted, citing credibility issues with the two main witnesses in the case.

The MailSources have indicated that it is possible that new information will emerge that will lead to the filing of an indictment, but the recommendation means that the MAGA dwarf is unlikely to face legal consequences due to his alleged relationship with a minor.

Gates has been investigated for an alleged sexual affair with a 17-year-old girl and paid for travel – which may constitute sex trafficking – since late 2020. He has consistently denied wrongdoing, arguing that bad actors in the Justice Department are trying to destroy his life.

Gates’ office did not immediately respond rolling rockComment request about MailFriday report.

The investigation relates to Gaetz’s relationship with former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg, who has pleaded guilty to sex trafficking, and the same small authorities are investigating Gaetz for possible trafficking. Greenberg noted in his guilty plea that he “introduced the minor to other adult men engaged in commercial sex”. He did not specify whether Gates was among those men, although last year The Daily Beast obtained a letter in which Greenberg claimed that he and Gates both paid to have sex with a minor. The Daily Beast has also had a slew of Venmo transactions between Greenberg and Gaetz and between Greenberg and the 17-year-old.

The Mail mentioned Gates last week requested a pre-emptive pardon from former President Donald Trump regarding an investigation into sex trafficking.



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