Pol: Expect more resignations in Secret Service prostitution scandal
The fallout from the Secret Service sex scandal isn't over, warned the head of the House Homeland Security Committee on Thursday, claiming more resignations were coming.
"It does appear that you will have more employees leaving either today or tomorrow," Rep. Peter King (R-Seaford) said on CNN. He couldn't give an exact number.
Allegations surfaced last week that 11 agency employees, along with a handful of military servicemen, had hired women from a Colombian brothel while they were in the country ahead of President Barack Obama's stay last weekend for the Summit of the Americas.
ABC News reported Thursday that the employees were ready to party hard, booking a space at the Hotel Caribe in Cartagena for about 30 people.
The Secret Service is also investigating possible drug use during the trip, sources told ABC News.
The scandal blew up after one of the women complained that she hadn't been paid what was promised, reports said.
Three Secret Service employees have already left the agency in the wake of the scandal.