Everything you need to know about the allegations against Matt Gaetz and his associates

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Editors note: It’s not entirely clear though it appears that The Times has a bombshell story that implicates Matt Gaetz in a sex scandal that may include more. The DOJ is investigating amid claims there were multiple women. This story contains elements of potentially criminal activities.

WHAT IS KNOWN:

According to the initial part of the New York Times story, Matt Gaetz and at least one of his associates paid multiple women for sex using apps like Cash App and Apple Pay. That allegation in itself has sent social media into a frenzy considering Gaetz is a congressman.

The DOJ investigation is reportedly focusing on whether or not campaign funds were used during any of these transactions. The same investigation is also pursuing a claim that does involve an underage girl.

WHAT IS NOT TRUE (At least right now):

According to CNN, it does not appear that any of the alleged photographs Gaetz is known to brag about actually feature minor women. It’s important to note that.

The big players here:

Joel Greenberg – the former Seminole County tax collector

Matt Gaetz – Representative from Florida

It’s quite extraordinary considering Gaetz and his associates often claim or portray themselves as golden people. It is unclear though at this time how many women in full are involved.

The trysts are believed to have involve multiple instances of major drug use. The Times obtained receipts that show that it has since been claimed that Matt Gaetz may use ecstasy.

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Gaetz’s office has since denied the claims although the investigation is still underway.

“Matt Gaetz refutes all the disgusting allegations completely. Matt Gaetz has never ever been on any such websites whatsoever. Matt Gaetz cherishes the relationships in his past and looks forward to marrying the love of his life.” reads a statement to The New York Times


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