(KCEN) -- We are learning more about the Secret Service scandal involving prostitutes in Cartagena, Columbia.
The incident happened during a visit by President Barack Obama in April.
One of the agents who was in Cartagena during the scandal admitted soliciting a prostitute on two earlier occasions, once in El Salvador in 2008 or 2009 and one time in Panama in 2009.
The Secret Service says that agent first denied any prior misconduct with prostitutes, but later admitted it to Homeland Security Investigators.
The case is still under investigation, meanwhile the White House says it continues to have confidence in the department and its director Mark Sullivan.