DEA Agent Is Accused of Sending a Prostitute to Visit Secret Service Agent in Colombia?

Steve Neavling

 A DEA agent is accused of sending a prostitute to a Secret Service agent in Colombia while the pair were in the country working, the Huffington Post reports, citing a Justice Department report.

The reports says a Secret Service supervisory agent received a massage and sex while preparing for President Obama’s visit.

The investigation is part of a wider investigation into the use of prostitutes by Secret Service employees who were in Columbia, the Huffington Post wrote.

An inspector general for the Homeland Security Department said that at least 13 Secret Service employees had “personal encounters with female Colombian nationals,” Huffington Post reported.

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