According to sources, the US justice department will not file charges against Florida Republican Matt Gaetz in connection with a sex trafficking probe, according to CBS News, a US partner of the BBC.
Additionally, his attorneys issued a statement announcing the dismissal of the case.
The goal of the two-year investigation was to ascertain whether the congressman had crossed national or international borders to engage in sexual activity with minors.
Several times, Mr. Gaetz has said he did nothing wrong.
"The DOJ has informed us that their investigation is over, we just spoke with them about this. His attorneys announced on Wednesday that they had looked into allegations of sex trafficking and obstruction of justice and had decided not to file any charges.
Witnesses were informed of the choice earlier on Wednesday by federal prosecutors. The department's decision not to charge Mr. Gaetz was first revealed by CNN.
The investigation, which started in 2020, included a number of targets, including the hardline Republican, and several of Mr. Gaetz's associates, including a former girlfriend, testified after negotiating plea agreements with the government.
Mr. Gaetz, a fervent supporter of former President Donald Trump, recently made headlines as one of the most well-known antagonists to Republican Kevin McCarthy's campaign for House speaker.
He was the leader of a group of conservative Republicans who prevented the bid until Senator McCarthy made a number of concessions.