Rep. Matt Gaetz and fellow Florida lawmakers played a creepy, aggressive, “intercourse problem” sport whereas working on the statehouse ten years in the past — wherein contributors received various factors relying on who they slept with, in accordance with a brand new report.
Rivals may earn additional factors for bedding a married legislator or spending the evening at a school sorority home, a feminine GOP insider advised Enterprise Insider within the report, revealed Friday.
And anybody who slept with one explicit conservative feminine politician “received the entire sport no matter factors,” stated the supply, who spoke to Enterprise Insider on situation of anonymity.
That girl was often called the sport’s “snitch,” after the coveted flying golden ball in Quidditch, a magical sport played by younger wizards within the Harry Potter e book sequence, the supply stated.
The supply declined to call the “snitch” to guard her privateness, and advised Enterprise Insider she “heard particular references of Gaetz being concerned and scoring factors,” again when he served within the state Home of Representatives.
The most recent sordid revelation comes simply when it appeared that the accusations couldn’t presumably get any raunchier towards Gaetz, who’s already mired in a federal sex-trafficking investigation.
The intercourse sport has been alluded to in much less element in earlier tales, Enterprise Insider famous.
In January, the Tampa Bay Instances reported that Florida state Rep. Chris Latvala accused Gaetz in a 2020 tweet of getting “created a sport the place members of the FL Home bought “factors” for sleeping with aides, interns, lobbyists, and married legislators.”
Legislators bought one level for sleeping with a lobbyist, two for sleeping with legislative workers, three for an additional legislator and six for a married legislator, the Tampa Bay Instances alleged.
Sleeping with “virgins” was one other approach to get factors, ABC Information alleged this week, citing a supply.
The male lawmakers’ “sport” was the “worst saved secret in Tallahassee,” the GOP insider advised Enterprise Insider.