Fired Secret Service Agent Selling His Home in Wake of Scandal
The Secret Service agent who reportedly would not pay a hooker in Colombia has been fired from the Service and he is selling his home, yet his wife is standing by him. INSIDE EDITION has all the details.
He lost his job, now he's selling his home.
Secret Service agent Arthur Huntington has just been identified as the cheapskate agent who reportedly refused to pay "escort" Dania Suarez $800. She called the cops, sparking an international scandal.
The four bedroom house, that Huntington lives in with his wife and two sons is in a leafy suburb of Washington has just been put up for sale, but his wife is standing by him.
"She's going to make the marriage work," her pastor is quoted as saying. He then said, "The family is very dear to us and they are really hurting right now."
Photo's of the house are posted on a real estate website and show a picture of suburban respectability. The listing price is $465,000.
Meanwhile, the Secret Service scandal was the butt of non-stop jokes at the White House Correspondents Dinner - even the President chimed in.
"I have a lot more material prepared but I have to get the Secret Service home in time for their new curfew," joked President Obama.
They were not amused by the joke.
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