The underpaying Secret Service agent whose life has only gotten worse since the prostitution scandal unfurled, caught a break today: Colombian hooker Dania Suarez says he wasn't looking for a call girl on that infamous night in Cartagena.  

On a Colombian radio call-in show Friday, Suarez said Arthur Huntington, the guy who reportedly only offered $28 on an $800 tab, "did not appear to be looking for a call girl," according to a New York Daily News report by Karen Zraick and Jonathan Lemire:

“He was a very clumsy dancer,” she said, saying she approached him because he was the most handsome of the group. “I found him.”

Obviously, that doesn't excuse the fact that the married father of two did eventually take the woman to his room but it does match the story some agent gave early on that they didn't intend to solicit prostitues. 

Unfortunately, for Huntington, the other information the newly-talkative Suarez shared didn't reflect well on him or the Secret Service. “They were drinking alcohol like it was water. They were really drunk," she said. She also noted that Huntington left his luggage and secret files out in the open in his room. “If I was a terrorist I would have been able to do a thousand things," she said, nothing that if she wanted to take his documents she could have "absolutely" gotten away with it.

Still, anything she says should probably be taken with a grain of salt. On the call-in show, she said she wouldn't reveal if she and Huntington had sex unless someone paid her $400,000. "If I answer this, you will know what happened," she said on the show. "If they pay me, I will tell.” What a gal!