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If you are already represented by an attorney, no one else can give you legal advice. In order for any competent attorney to help you they are going to need more information. You need to call and sit down with an attorney and go over the details.
Please unlock your caps when asking a question. I agree with the other counsel that answered this question, ask your lawyer. BTW based upon the limited facts you present, it does not appear to come close to entrapment.