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Mike Pence's Secret Service Agent Has Been Charged With Soliciting A Hooker

07 April 2017, 02:17 | Amanda Barker

Pence Secret Service agent reprimanded for alleged hotel meet-up with prostitute

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This was not a sting, according to the source.

Meanwhile, the agent is on administrative leave after turning in their gun and gear, as well as losing access to their security clearance and all Secret Service facilities-the gym, the sauna, the room where Donald Trump sheds his skin every six weeks. He would go on to be charged with solicitation. It is unknown at this time whether that leave is paid or unpaid.

This latest incident follows a long series of embarrassments for the Secret Service, which removed four senior officials from their posts two years ago after several high-profile security lapses.

A Secret Service agent from Vice President Mike Pence's detail has been suspended after an incident that occurred in Maryland. It also mirrors a string of incidents that occurred during Obama's presidency, from the Colombia prostitution scandal to reports of widespread sexual misconduct across several countries to embarrassing and potentially unsafe security lapses that included allowing an intruder to enter the White House before he was finally taken down. That investigator, David Nieland, was reportedly caught up in a Broward County, Florida, prostitution investigation.

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The manager of the hotel alerted police to possible activity in one of the rooms of the establishment after his suspicions were aroused. In that instance, the suspect was able to approach the White House and rattle a door handle before being noticed.

According to USA Today, secret service agents covering President Obama allegedly consorted with 20 prostitutes in Cartagena, Colombia where prostitution is legal.

The agent allegedly "self-reported" himself...

"We are exploring the full range of disciplinary actions", the Secret Service spokesperson told CNN.



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