The U.S. Secret Service prostitution scandal widened on Thursday, to include another law enforcement agency.
Two Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agents allegedly "facilitated a sexual encounter” between a prostitute and Secret Service agent ahead of President Obama's trip to Colombia last year, NBC News reports:
A summary of the findings of the investigation, included in a Dec. 20 letter from the Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General to Sens. Joseph Lieberman and Susan Collins, indicated that a third DEA agent present on the night of the incident was not involved in procuring the prostitute for the Secret Service agent.
“While DEA agent #3 was present for a dinner that took place earlier that evening with the USSS agent and the other two DEA agents, he was not present in the residence when the sexual encounter took place and played no role in facilitating it,” the summary said.