A former Florida tax collector and associate of Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) is expected to plead guilty to federal charges on Monday as part of a “change of plea hearing.”
Although Greenberg previously pleaded not guilty to the charges, he has been been working on a plea deal for weeks with federal prosecutors, who are investigating whether Greenberg and Gaetz paid or offered gifts to underage girls in exchange for sex, as well as Gaetz’s connections to the medical marijuana industry.
Gaetz has denied the allegations and said he will not resign from Congress.
Greenberg has reportedly been cooperating with authorities since last year, and allegedly provided information about the Republican congressman.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, Greenberg won the Florida tax collector’s job in 2016 and soon became involved in various controversies, including allegedly
Using millions of tax dollars to hand out lucrative contracts to friends, business partners and political associates. Banning a county commissioner from entering the county’s tax collector’s offices. Setting up a blockchain business within his government office. Impersonating a police officer and pulling a woman over for speeding. Sending fake letters to a private school accusing a teacher (his political opponent) of sexually abusing a student. RELATED… Matt Gaetz's Clueless Attack On Rep. Adam Kinzinger Backfires Spectacularly Gaetz Probe Expands From Sex Trafficking To Cannabis And Corruption Matt Gaetz Pleads For Money, And You Can Guess How People Are Responding Rep. Matt Gaetz's Woes Deepen As New Report Details Associate's Shady Venmo Payments Matt Gaetz's iPhone Is Seized; Associate Talks In Sex Trafficking Probe: Reports Indicted Matt Gaetz Pal Paid Former Teen's Legal Fees While Under Investigation: Politico John Oliver Hilariously Predicts When Matt Gaetz Will Reveal All Matt Gaetz Now Complains He's A Victim Of The Deep State; Twitter Critics Can't Even Indicted Matt Gaetz Associate Likely Cooperating In Federal Investigation Matt Gaetz's Female Staffers Defend Him In Letter — With One Glaring Omission Adam Kinzinger First GOP Rep. To Call On Matt Gaetz To Resign Download Calling all HuffPost superfans! Sign up for membership to become a founding member and help shape HuffPost’s next chapter Join HuffPost