Colombian Prostitute Dania Londoño to Publish Book on Secret Service Sex Scandal

PHOTO: Dania Londoño alerted Colombian officials about a sex party staged by US Secret Service Agents in a Cartagena hotel this spring.

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A Colombian prostitute that gave the U.S. Secret Service a headache this spring, is once again making headlines around the world.

Escort Dania Londoño has announced plans to publish a book, called Room Service, in which she talks about the sex scandal that shook the U.S. Secret Service prior to President Obama's visit to Cartagena, Colombia in April of this year.

In Room Service, Londoño reveals the details of a sex party staged by at least 10 agents of the U.S. Secret Service and 8 members of the U.S. military who picked up girls in Cartagena brothels, and took them to their hotel, just two days before President Obama arrived in town for the Summit of the Americas.

Londoño claims that one of the agents offered her $800 for her sexual services that night. But when this agent -- whose name Londoño can't remember -- refused to pay up, the escort girl formed a ruckus at Cartagena's Hotel Caribe, which led local police to look into all the misbehavior that was going on that night.

Several members of the Secret Service resigned following the incident, which sparked a congressional investigation.

While this was happening, 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, set up by a businessman from Dubai.

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."

Londoño appears to be making the most out of her 15 minutes of fame. Since the Secret Service sex scandal broke out, the voluptuous call girl has appeared on the covers of two men's magazines in Colombia and Spain. She has also received a $500,000 offer to shoot a porn film in the U.S., according to news website Colombia Reports.

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