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Latest Developments: The woman at center of the Secret Service Sex Scandal has fled her hometown, in hiding, as new details emerge that a investigatation is underway as whether any of the females involved were underage

Latest News / April 20, 2012

Dania Londono Suarez, the high-class escort, who unwittingly triggered the Secret Service Sex Scandal, has fled her tiny two room in apartment in Cartagena.

As the Spanish media descended upon her modest home yesterday, when the photos of her hit the internet, they were told by relatives, that she had left with her 9-year-old son.

“We were told that she had gone to stay with relatives in another town, ” one told us.

Until now, in the American and British press, she had largely been refered to by her first name.

Even her neighbors in Cartagena were unaware of both her surname, and her profession. Though, some did suspect that she could have been an escort due to the fact she was “living well”.

A neighbor says that she has now fled to the country, and her lawyer, Marlon Betancourt,  confirmed this morning that  she was no longer in the city.

Dania Londano Suarez and another “friend” who was at Cartagena’s Hotel Caribe fled in wake of the media frenzy.

“They are outside the city but I can’t tell you where they are,” Marlon Betancourt said.

Photos of Suarez were made public on Thursday afternoon, and the 24-year-old already spoke, prior to going underground, that she feared a retaliation, saying she was “scared”.

Her lawyer stressed that Dania didn’t want the photos released.

“She is annoyed. She didn’t want that photo to be published but she is prepared to collaborate with the authorities to clear up the situation.They haven’t done anything wrong,” Betancourt said. “The media really abused [the photos].”

The news comes on the back of the heels that three more Secret Service officers involved on Colombia prostitution scandal are expected to be fired today. And, in what could be the most damaging suggestion yet, the congressional committee is investigating whether any of the females involved were underage.

The U.S. agents and military personnel involved could also face criminal charges if is proven that they had sex with girls under the age of 18.

Two of the 11 Secret Service supervisors have been named.

David Chaney was forced to retire over his alleged role in the incident, while Greg Stokes was “removed with cause”.


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Melissa Myers
Melissa Myers has worked as an entertainment journalist for ten years, both in London and New York. She now focuses much of her time helping bring inspiring stories to light and, additionally, her project "Makeover with Meaning," which seeks to add a sprinkle of happiness into the lives of those who need it most.




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