May 7, 2012 · 0 Comments
The prostitute central to the recent Secret Service sex scandal recently spoke out about the incident on a Columbian radio, giving all the details.
Investigations into the Secret Service sex scandal, which took place in Columbia prior to President Obama’s visit there, are still on-going, and some very interesting new details have emerged. According to details, a prostitute in the middle of the sex scandal has spoken out on the local Columbian radio. The woman has identified herself as the prostitute in the center of the Secret Service sex scandal which brought 12 secret agents under fire by the agency.
The prostitute, whose name is Dina Londono Suarez, said that had she belonged to a terrorist group, it would have been very easy for her to extract information from the drunk secret agents. According to her, the Secret Service agents did not take any drugs, but they were consuming alcohol like water. Suarez said that she was there at a local tourist discotheque, and the Secret Service agents there invited her and some other prostitutes back at the hotel they were staying at. In the hotel, a total of 135 Secret Service agents were also staying. They all had come to Columbia to ensure President Obama’s safety there.
Suarez said that at that point she did not know that how many agents were involved and how many other girls were being taken to the hotel. She said that before going, she had made it clear to the Secret Service agent who had approached her that she would be requiring payment for her sexual services, and he agreed to that. However, she said that in the morning, he had become a changed person and he said that he would not pay her and threw her out of his hotel room. Suarez then started beating up on his door and the hotel security had to come there to calm her down and that is how the entire situation got exposed.
All of the Secret Service agents involved in the incident are being dealt with according to the rules, but as of yet a final decision has not been handed down by the authorities.
Meanwhile, Dina Londono Suarez says that her career as a prostitute is over because of the scandal and she also fears for her life, since the expelled Secret Service agents might come after her or her 9-year-old son.
By Emma Brown