‘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 Seedy: The Pley Club, in Cartagena, Colombia, where Obama’s Secret Service agents allegedly picked up prostitutes 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 Pley Club, in Cartagena and after a night of drinking.
Known only as ‘Dania,’ the images show her flirting with the camera and sporting her assets, including a curvy figure accentuated by enhanced breasts, flowing hair with rays of highlights and straight white teeth.
‘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 0 for sex at the hotel.
‘I’m scared,’ she said, adding that she did not want the man in question to be reprimanded, and fears retaliation, the Times reports. The incident occurred before Obama arrived and was at a different hotel than the president stayed in. The Secret Service did not identify the three agents leaving the government or eight more it said remain on administrative leave.
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. In a statement, it said one supervisor was allowed to retire and another will be fired for cause.