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As the fallout from the Secret Service prostitution scandal that broke last week continues, more facts are surfacing about the 11 service agents who are accused of bringing as many as 20 prostitutes to a hotel in Cartagena, Colombia, just days before President Obama arrived to take part in the annual Summit of the Americas.
Three agents have already been ousted, while more resignations and firings are expected. Here, the 10 buzziest details to emerge about the scandal over the past week:. The club where the agents partied is essentially a brothel Before allegedly bringing a "harem of hookers" back to the Hotel Caribe, the implicated Secret Service agents spent the night partying at Cartagena's Pley Club, which New York's Daily News describes as a venue where "scantily clad women do dirty dances and brazenly sell their bodies.
See pictures here. There are showers on the dance floor The Pley Club features raised platforms on which girls dance for patrons seated below. In one corner, there's a shower where dancers perform.
The men reportedly bragged to the prostitutes that they were in the city to protect the President. One agent trashed his hotel room Angered by a prostitute's fee demand, at least one agent threw a "room-thrashing tantrum," the Daily News reports , tossing chairs and tables around.
When the hotel staff arrived to investigate the debauchery, his comrades began pulling out their badges and shouted, "Look, look who we are! Two of the ousted men have been identified Thus far, three Secret Service personnel have lost their jobs due to the prostitution scandal.