Dania Suarez, the prostitute who was at the center of a U.S. Secret Service sex scandal in April, plans to start a non-profit organization to support women affected by prostitution, reported W Radio Tuesday.
Suarez’s lawyer, Abelardo de la Espriella, revealed that his client wants to start acting and modelling, allegedly turning down a $500,000 offer to appear in a U.S. adult film.
The 24-year-old is also in talks to sign an international book deal and may star in a television series based on her life, according to Espriella. He claimed the money she earns will be used to start the nonprofit and fund her child’s education.
Londoño has remained in the spotlight since she contacted police ahead of the Summit of the Americas in Cartagena when a Secret Service agent refused to pay her the $800 they had initially agreed upon for her services.