Former Secret Service Agent Arthur Huntington, a married father of two, who made headlines with his involvement in the Colombian sex scandal, is back in the news again.
The New York Daily News reports that Huntington picked up a Canadian woman in a Dublin, Ireland, nightclub [Copper Face Jacks] last May when he was assigned to protect President Obama.
The 42-year-old Canadian woman told the New York Daily News, on the condition of anonymity, that Huntington’s opening line was: “You’re not getting away from me tonight."
Apparently, the Canadian woman was seduced by this line and spent the night with him. Secret Service Agent Huntington continued to contact her and they later shared a two-day affair in Manhattan.
When details emerged about the Columbian sex scandal, she realized she had been duped by her bar pick up: “I was screaming. . . I was in disbelief. I couldn’t sleep that night. Then I started to read stuff that he was married, living in Maryland with his kids. You have no idea how I felt. I felt sick. Why is it the President is the only one that should have morals?”
“The people that are protecting him should be mindful of what they are doing. I feel used. He actively pursued me while he was married, and not only me. How many more others?”
“He’s stunning. He’s a gorgeous guy. There were a whole group of them, not just him. He was the only one that stood out. He’s super fit and so am I."