Is Congressman Pete King the only man who can resist Cartagena hooker Dania Londono Suarez’s charms? It appears so.
The woman, who inadvertently brought down the Secret Service shame by their actions in Columbia this year, reportedly asked for a meeting with him in his Washington, DC office.
Rep. Peter King tells CNN that a meeting with the woman would merely be “a publicity stunt” and that he declined the proposal to avoid the inevitable media “circus” that would follow. He also inferred that she is simply seeking more media attention.
The congressman is leading investigations into the misconduct that reportedly occurred last month in advance of President Obama’s trip to Cartagena for the Summit of the Americas.
Nine Secret Service agents have lost their jobs over the scandal, but King expressed some doubts over Ms Suarez claims that she could have got access to private information regarding the President’s movements, if she wanted,
“During her interview with the Secret Service, Ms Suarez acknowledged that at no time did she have access to any sensitive information whatsoever and had no idea that she had been involved with a Secret Service agent,” King said Sunday.
The whole world may be about the find out why Dania Londoño Suárez is worth every penny.
The 24-year-old, who found herself splashed on the front pages of publications around the globe after it was revealed that she was the prostitute who secret service agent Arthur Huntington tried to rip her by offering her a measly $28, is said to be in talks to “pose nude”
According to reports from The Miami Herald, she is negotiating a deal to bare all for either Playboy or Hustler.
She is said to have worked with photographers and is looking to sell the photos to the highest bidder.
“This is the way this is going to end,” said a Colombian official who asked not to be identified told El Nuevo Herald Tuesday.
“She’s going to pose nude in Playboy, where a renowned journalist will interview her and write an article telling the whole story of what happened,” the official told the Spanish-language paper.
Larry Flynt, publisher of Hustler, revealed he has pictures but has not yet finished writing the article to accompany them.
“There is a public fascination with people in the media and I have little doubt that there is a market somewhere for images like this and a personal revelation of her version of the story,” said Richard Wolf an attorney for the entertainment industry.
Theresa Hennessey, a spokeswoman for Playboy, said there are “no plans to post her pictures in the magazine.”
He is the man who singlehandedly heaped disgrace upon the Secret Service, when after a night out on the town, he allegedly tried to pay escort Dania Londoño Suárez just $28 instead of the $800 fee.
Now, the NY Daily News reports, that shamed Secret Service agent Arthur Huntington is offloading his red brick home in Severna Park, Md., but he is not losing his wife, Jolie, who says she plans to stick by him through this disastrous mess.
She has told family members that she won’t abandon her husband of nearly two decades despite the embarrassment and hurt he has caused to her and those closest to them.
“Jolie has said she’s going to make the marriage work,” Pastor Jose Rodriguez, a Rochester, N.Y., minister whose son is married to the woman’s sister, told the newspaper.
Those who know Arthur, also paint him in an entirely different light than that of the man whose antics ignited a worldwide scandal, and they insist that his actions were out of character.
“He wouldn’t do that,” said a female relative who asked that her name not be used. “Not the Arthur that I know. He wouldn’t. They go to church every week.”
“It’s out of character — the Arthur I know, he’s very dedicated to the family, very loyal,” said Teresita Rodriguez, 65, who along with her husband Jose has known Huntington since he was a child.
Arthur and his wife, who were active in their local parish, Granite Baptist Church, have since gone into hiding in the wake of the scandal, with their two sons, aged 12 and 15.
“We hurt for them,” said Richard Lejeune, an assistant pastor. “We hope the best for them and that they are able to weather the storm.”
Meanwhile, the couple have also put their two-story red brick home in Severna Park, Md., on the market.
The colonial tri-level house, which is listed for $465,000, features a neatly-manicured front lawn and an American flag hanging from the front porch. It sits in a tidy neighborhood that is home to many other government employees, including members of the Secret Service and CIA.
Nearly two dozen Secret Service agents and U.S. military personnel were implicated in the humiliating scandal that erupted days before world leaders met in the sinful seaside city of Cartagena
The scandal has prompted the Secret Service to issue hard new regulations, including a ban on visiting with foreigners and a crackdown on heavy drinking.
His actions sparked one of the biggest scandals in the history of the United States Secret Service. Now, the man, who tried to pay Dania Londoño Suárez just $28 of her $800, has been identified.
Married agent, Arthur Huntington, 41,who lives in suburban Maryland, was outed by CNN as the man responsible for setting off the worldwide scandal.
That encounter with escort Dania Londoño Suárez led to police being called to the luxury Hotel Caribe, and subsequently a major Secret Service investigation was launched and nine agents lost their jobs.
Huntington has left the agency since the incident earlier this month, but the circumstances of his departure are unclear.
The father-of-two, also reportedly put his home in Severna Park on sale last week.
His outing comes as the Secret Service issued a stern warning for their agents based on the scandal in Columbia, and new details that have emerged of other incidents in El Salvador and Russia.
They have issued a new code of conduct barring heavy drinking — even when off duty — and visits to “nonreputable establishments” while on the road.
“All employees have a continuing obligation to confront expected abuses or perceived misconduct,” the agency said in a two-page memo marked “EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY.”
“In short, consider your conduct through the lens of the past several weeks.”
Sources told the Daily News the new regulations include a ban on drinking within 10 hours of reporting for duty, along with an order that off-duty agents can only drink “in moderate amounts.”
The old rule reportedly ordered agents to cut off their booze intake eight hours before work.*
“Foreign nationals, excluding hotel staff and official law enforcement counterparts, are prohibited from your hotel room,” the new rulebook states.