In the same submission Mr Manafort denied the claim by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating whether any collaboration occurred between the Trump campaign and Russian state during the 2016 Presidential election.
Both the special counsel and Mr Manafort’s legal representatives asked the court to set a date for sentencing.
The intervention means Mr Manafort could potentially face bank fraud charges, which were dismissed as part of the plea bargain.
At the very least it seems unlikely that prosecutors will request a lighter sentence in response to Mr Manafort’s cooperation.
The representatives for Special Counsel Mueller did not detail what they believe Mr Manafort lied about.
However they vowed to produce a sentencing memo laying out “the nature of the defendant’s crimes and lies”.
More to follow…