Woman in Secret Service Prostitution Scandal Is Writing Her Memoir

By
A Secret Service watches as Marine One passes the Washington monument while approaching the South Lawn of the White House with US President Barack Obama on board March 22, 2012 in Washington, DC. President Obama was returning from a two-day trip to Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Ohio where he stumped the economy and energy. A Secret Service watches as Marine One passes the Washington monument while approaching the South Lawn of the White House with US President Barack Obama on board March 22, 2012 in Washington, DC. President Obama was returning from a two-day trip to Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Ohio where he stumped the economy and energy. AFP PHOTO/Brendan SMIALOWSKI (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images) Photo: Brendan SmialowskiBRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images2012 AFP

Shortly after the Secret Service prostitution scandal broke, Dania Suarez, the woman who says agent Arthur Huntington refused to pay her $800 fee, said she'd "happily sell her story now and pose nude," as her life has been "practically destroyed." Now she's making good on one of those promises. According to the Daily News she's writing a memoir, which is tentatively titled Room Service. If it sounds like the book will merely be a dry account of the agents' Colombian bender, don't worry; it will also cover her troubled past, including her stint as a salesperson in Cartagena.