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‘I tell him, ‘Baby, my cash money,’ she recalled in an interview with The New York Times , recounting a heated exchange that has wrecked the agency’s reputation and become an election year embarrassment for President Barack Obama.
The news came today as the Secret Service says three employees have been ousted in the wake of questionable behaviour at the Hotel Caribe last week , with some now under investigation for possible drug use, ABC News reports.
New details of the sordid night emerged Wednesday as a single mother and self-described prostitute told The New York Times that she met an agent at a discotheque, believed to be the PleyClub, in Cartagena and after a night of drinking.
‘They never told me they were with Obama,’ she said, calling the men ‘very discreet’.
The woman, who chose to remain anonymous, said she and one of the agents agreed the agent would pay her $800 for sex at the hotel.
The next morning, when the hotel’s front desk called because the woman hadn’t left, the pair argued over the price.
In an interview in Colombia, she said the two argued after the agent initially offered to pay her about $30 and the situation escalated, eventually ending with Colombian law enforcement involved. She said she was eventually paid about $225.
Days later, she said a friend told her the argument had made the news, and to her shock, she discovered the man was a Secret Service agent.
‘I’m scared,’ she said, adding that she did not want the man in question to be reprimanded, and fears retaliation, the Times reports.
‘ This is something really big,’ she added. ‘This is the government of the United States. I have nervous attacks. I cry all the time’
Eleven Secret Service agents were eventually sent home from the colonial-era city of Cartagena on Colombia’s Caribbean coast after a wild night of partying that saw many of the agents bring escorts back to their rooms, according to reports.
Special agents and uniformed officers were stationed in Cartagena in advance of President Barack Obama’s arrival for the Summit of the Americas. The incident occurred before Obama arrived and was at a different hotel than the president stayed in.
In the first casualties claimed in wake of the incident, the Secret Service announced today three agents are leaving the service, even as separate U.S. government investigations are under way.
The Secret Service did not identify the three agents leaving the government or eight more it said remain on administrative leave.
The agents were implicated in the prostitution scandal in Colombia that also involved about 10 military service members and as many as 20 women. All the Secret Service employees who were involved had their security clearances revoked.
‘These are the first steps,’ said Representative Pete King, R-New York, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, which oversees the Secret Service. King said the agency’s director, Mark Sullivan, took employment action against ‘the three people he believes the case was clearest against.’ But King warned: ‘It’s certainly not over.’
HOW OBAMA’S BODYGUARDS UPSTAGED HIS TRIP TO COLOMBIA.
News that 11 Secret Service agents had been sent home after ‘nearly all of them’ were caught with prostitutes all but overshadowed President Barack Obama’s trip to Colombia this weekend.
The scandal unfolded rapidly after a tipster called the Associated Press and reported the incident Wednesday night at the luxurious Hotel Caribe in Cartagena, where the agents were staying while the conducted advance security operations to prepare for the president’s arrival.
The agents allegedly picked up the hookers at the seedy PleyClub after a night of heavy drinking and hard-partying there.
They were busted after a prostitute got angry and caused a commotion involving hotel security and local police when one agent refused to pay her. The tab? $47.
Two of the men were supervisors. Several are married and all of them have been suspended, pending an investigation.
Experts say the scandal could have exposed the agents to blackmail and potentially endangered the president.
President Obama, whom the Secret Service claims was never in danger, said he would be ‘angry’ if the allegations are proven true.
Rep Darrell Issa, a California Republican, suggested Secret Service agents might be covering up other sex scandals when he said, ‘ Things like this don’t happen once if they didn’t happen before.’
King said the agent set to be fired would sue. King said Sullivan had to follow collective bargaining rules but was ‘moving as quickly as he can. Once he feels the facts are clear, he’s going to move.’
In Washington and Colombia, separate U.S. government investigations were already under way. King said he has assigned four congressional investigators to the probe. The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, led by Rep. Darrell Issa, R-California, sought details of the Secret Service investigation, including the disciplinary histories of the agents involved. Secret Service investigators are in Colombia interviewing witnesses.
In a letter to Sullivan, Issa and Representative Elijah Cummings of Maryland, the committee’s ranking Democrat, said the agents ‘brought foreign nationals in contact with sensitive security information.’ A potential security breach has been among the concerns raised by members of Congress.
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