Columbian Prostitute Writing Book On Secret Service Sex Scandal
Dania Londoño is preparing Room Service, about the Secret Service sex scandal prior to the president’s trip to Columbia in April.
Londoño fled to Spain, as she feared for her security if she stayed in Cartagena. But back in Colombia, two fellow prostitutes said that she was part of a scheme to embarrass the Secret Service Londoño strikes back at these allegations in her new book, saying that she had no way of knowing that the men who approached her in Cartagena belonged to the secret service.
She also describes an interview she held with two members of the U.S. Secret Service who were investigating the incident at the U.S. Embassy in Madrid.
“The agents asked me about everything that happened that night, and I answered every question they had,” Londoño writes in a segment of the book that has already been published by Colombian newspaper El Heraldo. “They didn’t say anything, or express anything about the attitude of the man who didn’t want to pay me… I watched them while I spoke, and couldn’t stop wondering how they could be so cold-hearted.”