Vanessa Rosales / http://www.facebook.com/vanessarosalespley (Photo : Facebook)
The U.S. secret service men who brought back twenty or 21 unidentified women back to a hotel in Cartagena, Colombia are currently under heavy scrutiny back home.
According to Reuters, U.S. Senator Susan Collins said that military men were also involved in the incident and "more than 10 military service members also may have been involved."
The agents, 11 in total and sent to scope out and secure the scene for President Obama's stay at the CEO Summit of the America's, were according to CNN, allegedly sent back home for "misconduct".
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The Examiner.com reports that the incident came to light after allegedly one escort's argument with an agent who refused to pay $47 for the service had hotel managers call the police, who in return reported the U.S. embassy.
According to El Espectador, a Colombian media outlet, the secret service agents were partying in a well-known local brothel called "Pley Club".
The brothel located in Cartagena provides various services including thematic bachelor parties and stripper shows as well "Pley Rooms", comfortable private rooms that could be rented, according to the club's website.
In Facebook, images of or related to Pley Club are not readily found except for images of Vanessa Rosales who may or may not be working at the club.
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However, one of Rosales' wall photos displays the "Pley Club" logo to which she comments (translated into English), "Now I am part of PLEYCLUB 'from fantasy to reality'. I'll be waiting for you here!!!!" Here is a series of pictures of her from Facebook.
According to the New York Daily News, Colombian law generally allows for prostitution.