According to a report from NBC's Tom Winter, attorneys for Joel Greenberg -- who has been linked to allegations that Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) paid young women for sex -- has asked for a delay in his sentencing, claiming he still has more to offer to investigators.
In May, the former Seminole County, Fla. tax collector admitted to six criminal counts -- sex trafficking of a child, production of a false document, aggravated identity theft, wire fraud, stalking and conspiracy to commit an offense against the U.S.
That investigation drew Gaetz into the mix who is currently being investigated by both state and federal authorities.
As Winter noted on Twitter Tuesday morning, Greenberg was seeking a continuance until next year before being sentenced.
"Joel Greenberg, a former associate of Rep. Matt Gaetz has asked to delay his sentencing citing his ongoing cooperation with investigators, court documents say, as the probe into whether or not Gaetz had sex with an underage girl continues. Allegations Gaetz has denied," Winter wrote.
He later added, "His attorney, Fritz Scheller, said Greenberg has been cooperating with prosecutors through a series of proffers and that cooperation won't be done before his current sentencing date of November 18th. Prosecutors and Greenberg are asking for a sentencing date in March 2022."
You can see his tweets below: