She broke her silence on Friday in a Colombian radio call-in show, where she revealed that the Secret Service agents at a Cartagena disco were “acting crazy” and ”drinking alcohol like it was water”. She also admitted that Arthur Huntington, the agent at the center of the scandal, was so drunk that he passed out, leaving his secret service files opened and she could have accessed the personal information on the president.
Now, in a “Today” show exclusive, Dania Londono Suarez is revealing more details about that night, and has called the U.S. Secret Service agents “stupid brutes”, who put partying above President Barack Obama’s security.
“These seem like completely stupid, idiotic people,” Dania Londono Suarez said in the interview which aired this morning “I don’t know how Obama had them in his security force. What dumb men.”
Suarez, said she assumed the three men who approached her and her friends were tourists, and added that the agents were drinking vodka like “it was water.”
“They liked to show off their bodies, great bodies, well-defined abs,” she said. “They liked attention.”
While the agents claimed that they had never propositioned a prostitute before, Suarez said it was “obvious” this was not their first attempt.
“The way they approached us it seems obvious that they were used to doing it, because people that do this for the first time are very shy,” she said.
Suarez told NBC that she informed Huntington of her $800 fee, and that he had no qualms with the price
“And he accepted. And it was clear,” she said.
But in the morning after they had sex, Huntington gave her only $50 and ordered her out of the room, Suarez said.
Tearing up at one point, she also went on to say that Huntington actually asked her to stay with him at the hotel again when he woke up in the morning.
Suarez, who has a nine-year-old son, added that she has been approached by a book publisher and still has many details to add to the story, and NBC insists she wasn’t paid for the interview.
Eight agents have so far lost their jobs over the scandal. They are accused of professional misconduct, including hiring prostitutes, while in Cartagena, Colombia, for Obama’s visit there last month.
The scandal hit the headlines last month.
Here’s the clip from her interview on Friday, and we will post the “Today” show one a little later.