Was Matt Gaetz part of orgy with underage prostitutes? Bombshell documents on extortion plot make shocking claims

"One underage female has testified to the Grand Jury that Congressman Gaetz has paid her to engage in sexual activities," stated a bombshell document


                            Was Matt Gaetz part of orgy with underage prostitutes? Bombshell documents on extortion plot make shocking claims
Matt Gaetz claims he was being extorted for $25 million (Getty Images)

Since yesterday, Florida Republican Representative Matt Gaetz had been embroiled in controversy over claims of his alleged sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl. Gaetz has consistently maintained that the allegations are part of a bigger plot to extort $25 million from him. Now, Washington Examiner has released text message screenshots, email and documents that substantiate Gaetz's extortion claim and reveal further shocking details. 

One of the bombshell documents titled 'Project Homecoming' accuse Gaetz of participating in an orgy with underage prostitutes. It also states that Gaetz is "under investigation by the FBI for various public corruption and public integrity issues”. The documents outline an alleged extortion scheme by former Air Force intelligence officer Bob Kent and former federal prosecutor David McGee, in an attempt to free ex-FBI agent Robert Levinson who is under imprisonment in Iran. The alleged plot involves extortion of $25 million from Gaetz to free Levinson and in return, Gaetz would be granted a presidential pardon and also given credit for Levinson's release. 

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What do the bombshell documents reveal?

In March 2007, former FBI agent-turned-private investigator Robert Levinson went missing in Iran and was later believed to be captured in the country. McGee is the attorney for the Levinson family. In December 2018, Bob Kent planned a secret mission for rescuing Levinson which was thwarted by the federal government. Levinson's family members were later informed by U.S. officials about his presumed death. 

However, in a text message sent to Matt Gaetz's father Don Gaetz on March 16, Bob Kent said that he had two 'proof of life' videos on Levinson and had located him in Iran. He then requested help from the Gaetz family for Levinson's return, in exchange of which Matt Gaetz would be given credit for the operation. A presidential parson would also be secured for him for unnamed legal issues. The text message suggests "a plan that can make [Matt Gaetz’s] future legal and political problems go away," reports Washington Examiner

On March 17, Don Gaetz reportedly met with Bob Kent when the latter gave him a printout titled 'Project Homecoming', that revealed a plan to rescue Levinson with a loan of $25 million from the Gaetzs. The document also mentioned the deposit date for the money to be no later than March 19. 

Don Gaetz (Matt Gaetz via Facebook)

The same document makes certain shocking claims about Matt Gaetz stating, "The FBI became aware of compromising pictures, depicting "Congressman Gaetz, and an Election Official involved in a "sexual orgy with underage prostitutes", in Maitland, Florida, during an unrelated investigation into political corruption and public integrity in another criminal case. Subsequent information has resulted in Congressman Gaetz becoming a target of a widening investigation into serious underage sex trafficking, political corruption, public integrity, and other criminal allegations against Congressman Gaetz and others."

It further adds, "It has been confirmed that at least one underage female has testified to the Grand Jury that Congressman Gaetz has paid her to engage in sexual activities."

The document proceeds to reveal the larger scheme at play, stating, "In exchange for the funds being arranged, and upon release of Robert Levinson, Congressman Gaetz shall be given credit for facilitating the release of Mr. Levinson. Congressman Gaetz shall also be on the plane that returns Mr. Levinson to freedom and shall be the person to "reunite" Mr. Levinson with his family and bring Mr. Levinson back to the United States."

Robert Bob Levinson (FBI)

Email thread with Department of Justice

The existence of another email chain provided to the Washington Examiner appears to corroborate FBI investigating the extortion claims. In a March 25 email to the Department of Justice, Jeffrey Neiman wrote, "My client, Don Gaetz, was approached by two individuals to make a sizable payment in what I would call a scheme to defraud. The FBI is not asking Don to voluntarily and proactively assist in their investigation, which Don is willing to do. Please confirm that your Office and the FBI would like Don’s assistance in this matter and that he will be working at the Government’s request.”

In response to the mail, Assistant U.S. Attorney General David Goldberg wrote, "I can confirm that your client is working with my office as well as the FBI at the government’s request in order to determine if a federal crime has been committed. This has been discussed with, and approved by, the FBI as well as the leadership of my office and components of Main Justice.”

Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.