To their family and friends, Arthur and Jolie Huntington were the perfect couple. He was a respected, longstanding member of the U.S. Secret Service, and she was a housewife who home-schooled the couple's two children, 12 and 15.

Arthur Huntington, 41, is the cheapskate who refused to pay a Colombian hooker $800 for a night of "high quality" sexual services on April 12 -- launching the biggest internal and external investigation into the agency in 150 years.

After being stripped of his top secret clearance and placed on suspension, Huntington was among the first of the 11 agents under investigation to be fired.

Now, the submissive wife of the disgraced former agent vows to stand by her man.

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Pilar Sanders' mugshot has hit the internets. In the mugshot taken at a Dallas jail last night following her arrest on domestic abuse charges, Pilar smirks at the camera. The fallout from Sanders' arrest is likely to be huge. She will certainly lose custody of her minor children, and any endorsements she acquired as a result of being married to former NFL star Deion Sanders.

A judge will probably force her to move out of the residence she shares with Deion, since he will ask for a restraining order. According to Deion's daughter, Deiondra Sanders, Pilar had refused to move out of the mansion.

Deion took to his Twitter page last night to tweet about the attack by Pilar and a female friend, known as @Toothickchick on Twitter.com.

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There is no doubt that men are useful in a lot of ways. Unfortunately, men have two glaring weaknesses that could threaten an entire democracy -- sex and women.

As a group, men cannot be depended upon to maintain composure and professionalism when the opportunity for quick sex presents itself.

As demonstrated so disgracefully in Cartagena, Colombia -- the portion of a man's brain that is responsible for good judgment shuts off completely when he is in the presence of a sexy woman.

For that reason, the White House is considering hiring more female Secret Service agents in supervisory positions over men.

Agents such as Paula Reid, a black woman who blew the whistle on the 12 agents for cavorting with as many as 20 prostitutes in Colombia.

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The Secret Service scandal has spread to a second hotel in Cartagena, Colombia -- the hotel where the president of the united states was staying while he attended a Latin summit April 12-14.

CBS News correspondent Whit Johnson reports that a law enforcement official told him a 13th agent is under investigation for bringing a prostitute back to the swanky Hilton Hotel where President Barack Obama was staying.

Until now, the investigation had been confined to one hotel, where 12 members of the uniformed division of the Secret Service are accused of partying with as many as 20 prostitutes.

Government officials had been confident that the president's safety was never at risk since the scandal didn't involve his first line of protection: the elite presidential detail.

"Now you're into the hotel where the president of the united states was going to stay, and it just gets more troubling," Sen. Joe Lieberman said on "Face the Nation."

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The first photos of the high priced call girl who is responsible for the biggest scandal in Secret Service history have surfaced online.

According to the NY Post, the 30-year-old single mom, who has not been identified by name, said an unidentified SS agent stiffed her on a pre-arranged fee of $800.

During the interview at her home in Colombia, the nervous woman bristled at news reports that she was a common prostitute or streetwalker.

In an exclusive interview with the NY Post, she described herself as a high-priced escort, not a prostitute.

“You have higher rank,” she said. “An escort is someone who a man can take out to dinner. She can dress nicely, wear nice makeup, speak and act like a lady. That’s me.”

“It’s the same, but it’s different,” she told the Post. “It’s like when you buy a fine rum or a BlackBerry or an iPhone. They have a different price.”

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As the Secret Service sex scandal continues to dominate the headlines, a top Pentagon official said, "We let the boss down."

Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, spoke with CBS news about the growing Secret Service sex scandal.

11 Secret Service agents and at least 10 members of an elite counter-assault team were relieved of their duties in Colombia on Friday. The agents and service men are accused of partying with hookers in their 5 Star hotel rooms in Cartagena, Colombia, the day before the president was set to attend a Latin America Summit.

"We let the boss down," Gen. Dempsey said, "because nobody's talking about what went on in Colombia other than this incident."

More details have emerged about the hours leading up to Friday morning. The Secret Service agents, who arrived in Cartagena on Wednesday, were overheard bragging to hookers at a brothel.

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They say that employees look to their boss to determine their behavior and actions. If employees have a lax boss who often breaks the rules in front of them, employee morale and work output will be very low.

As if he doesn't have enough problems, President Barack Obama must now deal with a sex scandal of worldwide proportions which threatens to blow President Nixon's Watergate scandal out of the water.

President Obama spoke on Sunday for the first time about allegations that 11 Secret Service agents cavorted with prostitutes and got liquored up in wild parties at the luxury hotel Caribe in Cartagena, Colombia -- all on the taxpayer's dime.

The 11 agents were relieved of their duties and sent home. Many, if not all, of the 11 agents were married men.

Mr. Obama said he would be "angry" if the allegations turned out to be true.

Reportedly, the Secret Service sex parties were so wild that hotel employees (or the U.S. State Department) issued a curfew to clear the hotel of all the prostitutes by 7a.m.

All visitors going up to the agents' rooms were required to sign in and leave their identification at the front desk.

But one prostitute either refused -- or forgot -- to leave her ID at the front desk.

A search of the hotel discovered the missing prostitute in a room of one of the agents. An argument broke out over whether the agent should pay the prostitute for services rendered before she was ejected from the hotel for breaking the curfew.

The media, on Saturday, reported 2 different scenarios about what happened next.

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Former Atlanta Falcons coach Bobby Petrino held a press conference on Tuesday to talk about Sunday's motorcycle crash that landed him in a hospital with broken ribs and neck injuries.

According to ESPN, the Arkansas Razorbacks football coach, "who is married with four children, didn't mention he had a passenger during a news conference on Tuesday, two days after Sunday's accident, and a school statement that day quoted Petrino's family as saying "no other individuals" were involved."

Petrino also didn't tell his athletic director that his passenger was a woman half his age, or that she worked for the university.

Arkansas athletic director Jeff Long announced the decision to put Petrino on leave at a late-night news conference. He said he didn't know about Petrino's passenger -- 25-year-old football program employee Jessica Dorrell -- until the 51-year-old Petrino called him Thursday afternoon, minutes before a police report was released that disclosed her presence at the accident.

Petrino told Long that he had spent Sunday with his wife, Becky, at a lake and was going for an evening ride when he lost control of his motorcycle.

"When I came out of the ditch, there was a lady there that had flagged down a car," Petrino said. He didn't mention that "the lady" had been riding with him on his motorcycle when he crashed.

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According to a well-connected source, local attorney Phaedra Parks has lawyered up, one day after a VIBE magazine ran an exclusive exposing Phaedra's alleged criminal history.

According to my source, Phaedra has retained the services of B.J. Bernstein and Lin Wood, two of the top defense attorneys in Atlanta.

Both attorneys are considered among the best in their fields. Most of you are familiar with Bernstein, who filed a sexual misconduct suit against embattled Pastor Bishop Eddie Long in 2010. Wood is currently representing disgraced former presidential candidate Herman Cain, who is now a radio host on WSB in Atlanta.

According to my source, Phaedra, who is a cast member on 'Real Housewives of Atlanta,' must think she's in hot water if she hired both Bernstein and Wood, who don't come cheap!

She could have just as easily hired B.J. Bernstein by herself, said my source, but Phaedra obviously thinks her situation is dire if she hired two of the top criminal attorneys in the country.

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Incest is defined as "sexual relations between people classified as being too closely related to mary each other."

According to the late Whitney Houston's mother, Cissy Houston, Whitney's daughter, Bobbi Kristina, 19, and her fiance, Nick Gordon, 22, are involved in an incestuous relationship.

But are Bobbi K. and Nick even blood relatives? No, according to Nick who tweeted that he and Bobbi K. "got a little closer" after Whitney died.

Whitney reportedly moved Nick into her home when he was only 12, and his mother was unable to care for him. Sometime after that, Bobbi K. and Nick, who referred to each other as "brother" and "sister" began getting to know each other more intimately.

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