The Colombian prostitute at the center of the Secret Service sex scandal, Dania Suarez, could be a future Playmate, according to rumors circulating around Cartagena.
Suarez will allegedly “pose nude in Playboy and give an interview to a reputable journalist recounting everything that happened,” according to a Cartagena city official.
According to Theresa Hennessey, a spokeswoman for Playboy, there are “no plans to post her pictures in the magazine.”
Larry Flynt, publisher of Hustler, has pictures but has not yet finished writing the article, according to a spokeswoman for the publication. There was no word if it was an exclusive.
“There is a public fascination with people in the media and I have little doubt that there is a market somewhere for images like this and a personal revelation of her version of the story,” said Richard Wolf an attorney for the entertainment industry.
The scandal has become the fascination of international media, with many blaming the “carnal” nature of Cartagena and taking the blame off of the agents. According to the Washington Post, “The agents were in the right place to get into trouble.”
At the White House Correspondents Association dinner, American comedian Jimmy Kimmel, commiserated with the plight of the agents.
Staring at Sofia Vergara’s voluptuous bust line he joked, “…that’s how Colombian women are, what did you expect the Secret Service to do?” eliciting a laugh from the Colombian bombshell.
Sex worker unions lament the negative view of the prostitutes in media onslaught following the scandal. For this reasons, the Network of Women Sex Workers in Latin America and the Caribbean is demanding respect for the girls involved in the scandal.
“I think that the women have committed no sin, they were simply exercising their sex work with dignity,” said Elena Eva Reinaga, spokeswoman for the network.