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Matt Gaetz allegedly snorted cocaine, had sex with escort: report

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Rep. Matt Gaetz allegedly snorted cocaine and had sex with a reputed escort — who was later set up for a no-show government job by his friend, according to an explosive report.

Witnesses told The Daily Beast the wild night of drugs and sex took place in October 2019 in Orlando, at the Westgate Lake Resort in Orlando where Gaetz was a featured speaker at a “Trump Defender Gala.”

The alleged escort, who did not immediately respond to messages from The Post, was spotted in Gaetz’s hotel room rolling lines of coke which they both later snorted, the witnesses claimed to The Daily Beast. The two were later in an alleged ongoing sex for cash relationship, the outlet reported.

Gaetz’s pal, former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg — who is set to plead guilty Monday to child trafficking charges — allegedly gave the escort a $3,500 government social media gig, but there’s no proof the woman actually did any work, The Daily Beast reported.

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Greenberg, a close confidante of Gaetz, has admitted to paying an underage girl to have sex with him and other men, and is now cooperating with federal investigators, according to court documents filed Friday.

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The alleged wild night of drugs and sex took place in October 2019 in Orlando, at the Westgate Lake Resort in Orlando where Gaetz was a featured speaker at a “Trump Defender Gala.”
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Rumors of an investigation have swirled around Gaetz for months, but so far he has not been charged with any crime.

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“Congressman Gaetz won’t be commenting on whether he dated or didn’t date specific women. The privacy of women living private lives should be protected,” Gaetz spokesman Harlan Hill told The Post.

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