The prostitute at the center of the Secret Service sex scandal speaks in her first American television interview, calling the agents "stupid brutes" and saying she's "not to blame for being attractive." NBC's Michelle Kosinski reports.
Updated at 8:16 a.m. ET: MADRID, Spain -- A woman identifying herself as the Colombian prostitute at the center of a scandal involving U.S. Secret Service personnel has called the group of agents "stupid brutes" who put partying above President Barack Obama's security.
"These seem like completely stupid, idiotic people," Dania Londono Suarez said in an interview which aired on Monday's TODAY. "I don't know how Obama had them in his security force."
She also accused the agents of "leaving their duty behind" and described them as "stupid brutes."
The scandal broke in April when, in advance of Obama's arrival at the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena, Colombia, agents allegedly brought prostitutes to their hotel rooms. One of the men, Suarez told NBC News, refused to pay her for sex so she went to the police.
So far, eight agents have lost their jobs as a result of the incident.
Suarez, 24, said three men who approached and propositioned her and her friends were drinking vodka like it was water.
"They liked to show off their bodies, great bodies, well-defined abs," Saurez said of the men she first met at a nightclub. "They liked attention."
NBC's Kristen Welker talks about the interview given by the woman in the middle of scandal, in which she alleges she did not know the men were Secret Service agents.
The mother of a nine-year-old son said she made it perfectly clear to one that a night with her would cost $800.
"And he accepted. And it was clear," she said.
But in the morning after they had had sex, the man gave her only $50 and ordered her out of the room, Suarez said.
"I am not to blame for being attractive," she told TODAY. "They are to blame -- for leaving their duty behind."
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