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Secret Service Escort in Vid Interview: I Could Have Gotten Any Information I Wanted About Obama

"They are idiots."

Dania Londono Suarez, the woman at the center of the Secret Service Colombia prostitution scandal, said Friday she could have gotten "any information" she wanted about President Barack Obama.

The woman at the center of the Secret Service prostitution scandal has spoken out again, this time saying she could have gotten "any information" she wanted about President Barack Obama.

In an interview Friday with Colombian radio, Dania Londono Suarez said had she been a terrorist, it would have been easy to get information about Obama's Cartegena trip out of the inebriated agents.

“If I had wanted to, I would have been able to get any information," Suarez told Caracol Radio, according to NBC.

Suarez previously told the New York Times she had no idea the men that she and a girlfriend met at a nightclub were with the Secret Service.

Suarez -- whose hallway dispute with an agent over how much she was owed triggered all of the fallout -- said her reputation has been shattered by all of the international attention and that her career as an escort is over.

"They ruined my life," she said. "They should have never published my pictures, my name."

She described her interaction with the agent, saying they agreed before they left together that he would give her a "gift" of $800. She said he wouldn't pay up when the morning came, telling her, "just go, bitch."

"When he was drunk, he was a different person than when he had his wits about him," she said, according to CNN.

Suarez said she wouldn't have pressed the issue of payment had she known the man was a Secret Service agents.

"They are idiots," she said. "They were protecting President Obama, and they didn't see the magnitude of the problem."

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