Secret Service hooker flap over $47 - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Secret Service hooker flap over $47

By skooter
Cebu : Philippines | 2 years ago  
Skooter reporting 04/16/12 After a wild night of babes and booze that ended in an argument with a Columbian strumpet over as little as $47, a Secret Service agent disgraced the United...
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
     
  • Read full report
   Reach     Credibility Credibility of 5
Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report

Related news stories

  • First pictures of The Colombian hooker who shamed the Secret Service over a ...

      Mail Online UK | 2 years ago
    19 April 2012 The bikini-clad working girl at the centre of the Secret Service prostitution scandal has been revealed as the first sexy snaps of the Colombian single mom have been splashed on a social network site. Known only as Dania,' the images...
  • Secret Service Sex Scandal: Should Prostitution Even Be Legal?

      YourTango | 2 years ago
    What should the Secret Service scandal in Colombia teach us about prostitution? I woke up to my TV blaring a news report recounting the details of the Secret Service scandal with Colombian prostitutes, detailing how some were fired, others were...
  • The secret service prostitution scandal: it's about more than national ...

      The Guardian | 2 years ago
    The suspension of 11 agents over alleged misconduct in Colombia has the summit. Photograph: Fernando Llano/AP Tired of yet one more political prostitution scandal caused by men who can't keep it in their pants? And now, the elite guard of the US...
  • Secret Service Prostitution Scandal: What Charges Could The Military ...

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Secret Service has already let go three of the 11 agents caught up in a prostitution scandal that allegedly took place in Cartagena, Colombia, and the U.S. military continues its investigation into the matter. And while prostitution is legal in...
  • Secret Service scandal: an embarrassment for Colombian city, too

      Christian Science Monitor | 2 years ago
    But officials in Cartagena are expressing anger at much of the nonstop coverage, saying it casts their city a colonial gem of cobblestoned streets, surrounded by the extremes of sprawling slums and high-rise luxury in a bad light.  Skip to next...
  • Secret Service Hooker Scandal: Dismissed Agent To Sue Agency

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    While three Secret Service agents have been forced out of the job as a result of the hooker scandal that rocked the country, one of the agents is already planning to sue to get his job back. The controversy erupted after an internal investigation by...
  • Colombia prostitute tells of row

      BBC | 2 years ago
    Colombia prostitute reveals $800 cash row with US agent Prostitution is legal in Colombia, and women openly solicit on the streets of Cartagena A woman at the centre of the US prostitution scandal in Colombia asked for $800 (£500) to spend the night...
  • Obama trip i¿½prostitution scandali¿½: Secret Service discharges three ...

      Daily News & Analysis | 2 years ago
    Three Secret Service agents have been discharged from their duties following reports of their alleged involvement in a prostitution scandal' that surfaced, ahead of an international summit in Columbia. One agent supervisor has had to retire while...
  • Agents offer different carousing accounts

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    Secret Service agents are giving differing accounts of events in Cartagena, Colombia, that led up to a prostitution scandal, lawmakers and others said. They have "different recollections about what happened, or are not telling the truth," House...
  • AP source: Hotel workers find no drugs in rooms where Secret Service agents ...

      Star Tribune | 2 years ago
    Secret Service investigators have interviewed all the maids and cleaning ladies at the Cartagena hotel where 11 agents were staying when they allegedly brought prostitutes back to their rooms. A person familiar with the investigation says the hotel...
  • AP source: No drugs found in agents' hotel rooms

      Seattle Times | 2 years ago
    A person familiar with the investigation says the hotel workers told investigators they found no drugs or drug paraphernalia in the rooms of the agents.
  • 3 out at Secret Service in prostitution scandal

      Fox News | 2 years ago
    Three Secret Service employees are leaving in the prostitution scandal that has rocked the agency, and eight other employees remain on administrative leave, the agency announced Tuesday evening. One supervisor was allowed to retire, and another faces...
  • Gross: Nevada Brothel Owner Says Secret Service Should Buy Local

      YourTango | 2 years ago
    Instead of getting into a mess in Colombia, the Secret Service should have hired American hookers. The Secret Service is taking a lot of heat after 11 members of the president's advance team were accused of misconduct in a brothel in Cartagena,...
  • Colombian Escort in Secret Service Scandal Speaks to NYT: 'I'm Scared'

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Share This Story "This is something really big," the unidentified woman, a 24-year-old single mother, told the Times' William Neuman in an article published Wednesday. "This is the government of the United States...Must Read Sponsorship Link The men...
  • Secret Service Prostitute Scandal Sheds Light On Sex Business In Colombia [...

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    The Secret Service scandal, involving a reported 20 Colombian prostitutes and members of the U.S. government agency employed to protect President Obama at the Summit of Americans in the port city of Cartagena, has shed light on the business of...
  • Secret Service prostitution scandal riles DC

      The Boston Globe | 2 years ago
    In this March 10, 2011 file photo, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y. speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington. At least 20 women were involved in last weekend's hotel incident with Secret Service agents, U.S. Marines and...
  • Collins: Prostitutes 'could be spies'

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    The women Secret Service and military crew took to a Colombian hotel before President Barack Obama arrived "could be spies," said Sen. Susan Collins , R-Maine. "We don't know who these women are," she told reporters in Washington. "They could be...
  • Inquiry hints at wider Secret Service scandal

      Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | 2 years ago
    Investigators believe that as many as 21 women were brought by U.S. Secret Service and military personnel to the Hotel Caribe in Cartagena, Colombia, last week during a night of carousing, a dramatic increase in the number of women previously...
  • Secret Service Inquiries Trace Women in Colombia

      The New York Times | 2 years ago
    Joaquin Sarmiento for The New York Times Prostitutes walk the street. American investigators seeking to get to the bottom of the reported late-night activities of a group of Secret Service agents and military personnel assigned to President Obama's...
  • King: 11 agents took women to rooms

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    All 11 Secret Service agents caught up in the Colombia prostitution scandal took women to their hotel rooms, U.S...The chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security said the evidence was uncovered by Secret Service investigators who are...
  • Obama Still Has Confidence in Secret Service Director

      CNSNews.com | 2 years ago
    U.S. secret service agents walk around the Convention Center in Cartagena, Colombia, prior to the opening ceremony of the 6th Summit of the Americas at the Convention Center in Cartagena, Colombia, Saturday, April 14, 2012. Last Thursday, a dozen...
  • Pley Club: 5 Things To Know About Colombian Club And The Secret Service ...

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Tucked in the low-rent district of Cartagena, Colombia, lies the Pley Club. A tacky neon sign sits atop a windowless, dingy building, inviting gentlemen into the club, which reportedly doubles as a brothel. Here at the Pley Club, President Obama's...
  • US Secret Service scandal widens

      BBC | 2 years ago
    US Secret Service Cartagena scandal 'involved 20 women' Military personnel and Secret Service agents were staying in the beachfront Hotel Caribe The US Secret Service prostitution scandal involved as many as 20 women, 11 American agents and some...
  • New Details in Inquiry Into Secret Service Agents

      The New York Times | 2 years ago
    Investigators for the Secret Service are seeking to interview the women in Colombia, Mr. King said, adding that the agency had copies of their identification cards, which they were required to leave with the hotel before going into the rooms. He said...
  • Security agents bragged to prostitutes: 'We work for Obama'

      Acushnet Community News | 2 years ago
    Secret Service agents revealed their identities and dropped President Barack Obama's name while partying at an infamous Colombian brothel, according to broadcast reports today. Agents, who were part of Obama's advance security team, visited the Pley...
  • Secret Service prostitute scandal: Up to 21 women brought to Colombia hotel

      Leader Post Online | 2 years ago
    Twenty or 21 women were brought back to a hotel in Colombia by U.S. Secret Service and military personnel in an incident last week involving alleged misconduct with prostitutes, U.S...Collins was briefed by the director of the Secret Service, Mark...
  • Up to 21 women brought to Colombia hotel by agents and military members, ...

      Fox News | 2 years ago
    FoxNews.com Secret Service agents and members of the U.S. military brought as many as 21 women back to their hotel during their assignment to Colombia last week, a top senator briefed on the prostitution scandal said Tuesday.  Sen. Susan Collins, R-...
  • Secret Service Scandal: Agents' Security Clearances Revoked Over ...

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    The prostitution and misconduct allegations involving the Secret Service widen as the agents under investigations have reportedly lost their security clearances. Moreover, the number of U.S. military personnel accused of being involved in the scandal...
  • US Military Agents Caught With Prostitutes Ahead Of International Summit: ...

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    The US Secret Service prostitute scandal has caused much embarrassment to President Barack Obama and completely tarnished his recent major international summit in Cartagena. More than 20 US military agents, including two supervisors, have been...
  • Pentagon investigating 10 military members in Colombia scandal

      Los Angeles Times | 2 years ago
    Cloud and Kathleen Hennessey Reporting from Washington The Pentagon is investigating 10 U.S. military members in a widening probe into whether an advance team of Secret Service and military personnel hired local prostitutes or engaged in other...
  • Secret Service sex scandal a threat to security

      The New Zealand Herald | 2 years ago
    Tongues in Washington and in Latin America were wagging over the details of the scandal, in which at least 11 secret service agents were reported to have consorted with prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia ahead of a summit of the Americas there. But...
  • ‘More than 10' – Pentagon says prostitute scandal could be bigger than ...

      Russia Today | 2 years ago
    Don't be surprised if more courtroom bailiffs call for a tiny blue bird to take the stand. More than 10' Pentagon says prostitute scandal could be bigger than first thought Published: 16 April, 2012, 23:29 Photos: A United States Marine stands by his...
  • Sex scandal irks Obama

      The Age | 2 years ago
    Barack Obama, speaking for the first time about allegations that Secret Service agents hired prostitutes, said ''of course I'll be angry'' if the accusations are proven true. Mr Obama said the agents represent the United States and are supposed to...
  • Barack Obama Angry at US Secret Service ‘Prostitutes Scandal'

      International Business Times | 2 years ago
    Articles The president said he expected all agents to behave with dignity and probity. He added that all official US personnel were expected to "observe the highest standards" when serving abroad. If the allegations were proved true, he said, "then,...
  • Obama 'angry' if Secret Service ties to Colombian prostitutes true

      The Indianapolis Star | 2 years ago
    Filed Under President Obama said Sunday that if Secret Service agents solicited prostitutes in Colombia, "Then of course I'll be angry." The president's first comments on the incident came as the Secret Service began an investigation and two...
  • Four probes set in Secret Service prostitution scandal

      United Press International | 2 years ago
    President Barack Obama said he would be angry if an alleged prostitution scandal involving U.S. Secret Service agents proved true, as four investigations began. "If it turns out that some of the allegations that have been made in the press are...
  • US Secret Service scandal grows

      Daily News & Analysis | 2 years ago
    A prostitution scandal surrounding a US Secret Service detail in Colombia widened yesterday (Sunday) as an additional five US Army personnel were confined to their quarters. The five service members violated their curfew and may have been involved in...
  • Summit sex scandal: Obama wants 'rigorous' Secret Service probe

      Indian Express | 2 years ago
    The incident, which saw 11 Secret Service and five military personnel pulled from their security duties in Colombia at the Summit of the Americas, overshadowed the talks attended by Obama and other regional leaders. The US Secret Service, which has...
  • Obama calls for thorough inquiry in Secret Service prostitution scandal

      Washington Post | 2 years ago
    The Washington Post President Obama said Sunday that he wants the investigation of the prostitution scandal that led 11 U.S. Secret Service agents to be returned home from Cartagena, Colombia, where they had been sent to provide protection for him,...
  • Rep Darrell Issa says Secret Service prostitution scandal is sign of wider ...

      Mail Online UK | 2 years ago
    15 April 2012 The prostitution scandal that disgraced a team of Secret Service agents in Colombia is likely not the first time members of the president's protection team have invited prostitutes back to their rooms, an influential Congressman says.
  • Secret Service Scandal Prompts Obama Comment

      The New York Times | 2 years ago
    What happened here in Colombia is being investigated by the director of the Secret Service, Mr. Obama said in response to a question at a news conference wrapping up the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena. I expect that investigation to be thorough...
  • Hillary's boozy night on the dance floor

      The Australian | 2 years ago
    IT was diplomats gone wild in Colombia at the weekend, as Hillary Clinton partied like it was spring break, knocking back a beer and tearing up the dance floor to Cuban music at a local club. The US Secretary of State was photographed blowing off...
  • Sex scandal hits Obama's secret agents

      The independent | 2 years ago
    The excitement which has greeted Borussia Dortmund's rise to power over the last two years reached i... In an unfailingly mischievous manner, Sarah Maple uses narrative artwork to challenge traditional no... As we watch 'part two' of Jason Russell's...
  • Obama expects Secret Service to act with 'utmost in dignity'

      Los Angeles Times | 2 years ago
    President Obama said Sunday he would be angry if an internal investigation showed that Secret Service personnel were involved in misconduct while in Colombia because he expected his delegation to act with the "utmost in dignity and probity."
  • Secret Service sex scandal could go deeper: congressman

      Australian Broadcasting Corporation | 2 years ago
    The Secret Service has placed 11 personnel on administrative leave as it investigates claims the men brought prostitutes to their hotel rooms in Cartagena, Colombia late on Wednesday, and had a dispute over payment with one of the women the next...
  • Issa: Secret Service scandal could widen

      MarketWatch | 2 years ago
    The number of Secret Service agents involved in a prostitution scandal in Colombia may exceed the 11 already placed on leave, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee said on Sunday. Rep. Darrell Issa, a California...
  • Congress Opens Secret Service Probe

      Fox | 2 years ago
    FoxNews.com Members of Congress are swooping in to investigate the prostitution scandal involving a Secret Service unit assigned to Colombia in advance of President Obama's visit, as the internal probe broadens and the incident casts a shadow over...
  • US, Colombia trade deal to be implemented in May

      San Diego Union-Tribune | 2 years ago
    President Barack Obama sits in front of a large video screen displaying an image of a U.S. national flag during a three-way conversation with Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff and Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos, not pictured, at the CEO...
  • Obama's agents in hotel sex scandal

      Sydney Morning Herald | 2 years ago
    THE US Secret Service has placed 11 agents on administrative leave as it investigates allegations that the men took prostitutes to their hotel rooms in Cartagena, Colombia, on Wednesday night and a dispute ensued with one of the women relating to...
  • Issa says he will monitor investigation into Secret Service scandal

      Los Angeles Times | 2 years ago
    Reporting from Washington Republican Rep. Darrell Issa , chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform , said Sunday that he will monitor an investigation into allegations that Secret Service agents and members of the military...


Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.