It was revealed there may have been just as many members of the Military involved as Secret Service personnel.
For now, top security clearance has been revoked for 11 Secret Service agents accused of hiring prostitutes while preparing for President Obama's visit to Colombia last week.
Lawmakers are concerned about a security breach.
"Anybody who's watched a spy movie knows, you know, you go in with the girls, you plant the bugs you compromise the agents. What were these guys thinking?" questioned Homeland Security Committee Member Rep. Blake Farenthold (R-TX).
First reaction from the pentagon is embarrassment. "We are embarrassed by the incident in Columbia. . . We let the boss down because nobody is talking about what went on in Colombia other than this incident," said the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin E. Dempsey.
"I can assure you that if that investigation determines that there has been a violation, that the individuals involved will be held accountable," said Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.
Now we're learning not five, but perhaps more than ten members of the Navy, the Army, and the Marines may have been involved. Several Congressional committees may hold hearings to investigate.