Transcript for Secret Service Agents Under Fire for Misconduct
now, with a breaking story on the secret service. New allegations this morning of inappropriate behavior by the agents that protect the president. This comes on the heels of the prostitution scandal a year and a half ago. Abc's pierre thomas has been working the story overnight and has much more for us. Good morning, pierre. Reporter: Good morning, robin. According to sources close to the case, a supervisor assigned to president obama's security detail, met a woman at a hotel and ended up back in her room. The woman noticed the agent had a gun and became uncomfortable. He explained to her that he was not a danger. Disconnected the gun and removing a bullet. But the woman was still uncomfortable. And he was asked to leave. At some point, hotel security game aware of the incident. But there was a problem. The agent realized he left the bullet in the room and wanted to retrieve it. Security would not let him go up there and later found the bullet himself. No charges were filed. But the hotel security contacted the secret service and here we are. As the secret service looked into the allegations, where did the investigate lead them? Reporter: The agent has been identified. And he's been removed from the president's detail, pending a final review. Since the prostitution scandal in 2012, there's been zero tolerance for any behavior that could compromise agents. As they looked into his background, they checked his workplace e-mails and found a number to a female agent that could be considered inappropriate. They're reviewing the female agent's e-mails as well as that of another agent to determine if those e-mails were inappropriate. And more likely to come. We get to the latest troubles now for obama care.
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