Washington, Apr 30 : The wife of U. S. Secret Service agent Arthur Huntington, whose refusal to pay a Colombian hooker in full brought the sex scandal to light, has said she will support her husband through his difficult time.
"Jolie Huntington has said she''s going to make the marriage work," The New York Daily News quoted Pastor Jose Rodriguez as saying.
People who knew Arthur said that he never seemed like the type of man to inflict suffering on his wife of nearly two decades.
Relatives have said that Huntington, 41, never flirted around. He only had three passions in his life - his wife, their two sons and his job.
Huntington has reportedly left the Secret Service following the scandal.
Huntington and his wife are in hiding and have put their home up for sale.
It may be recalled that after a booze-filled night, the Secret Service agents brought 20 prostitutes back to their hotel rooms in Cartagena, Colombia.
The following morning, Huntington allegedly paid hooker Dania Suarez only 28 dollars of his 800 dollar tab.
Nearly two dozen Secret Service agents and U. S. military personnel have been implicated in the scandal that erupted days before world leaders met in Cartagena. (ANI)