Secret Service agent allegedly sexted "14-year-old" from White House.

Secret Service Agent Allegedly Tried to Sext a 14-Year-Old From the White House

Secret Service Agent Allegedly Tried to Sext a 14-Year-Old From the White House

The Slatest has moved! You can find new stories here.
The Slatest
Your News Companion
Nov. 12 2015 6:56 PM

Secret Service Agent Allegedly Tried to Sext a 14-Year-Old From the White House

shutterstock_147037244
The White House is among the many places where it is not good to get caught texting sexual messages to an undercover police officer whom you believe to be a 14-year-old.

Andrea Izzotti/Shutterstock.com

A Secret Service agent has been arrested and accused of sending sexually explicit text messages—including some that were sent from the White House—to an undercover police officer pretending to be a young girl, the Daily Beast reports.

Lee Robert Moore, 37, turned himself into Maryland State Police Barracks on Monday the same day a complaint was filed against him for allegedly corresponding with a Delaware state police officer posing as a 14-year-old girl.
Moore was based out of the White House and allegedly sent lewd photographs of himself, requesting sexual contact and meet-ups with the agent posing as a minor ... According to the criminal complaint, Moore admitted taking a photo “depicting exposed, erect penis” and sending it to the undercover agent, and he admitted that he used ‘Meet24’ to communicate with people he thought were teenage girls.
Advertisement

The Secret Service has had a rough go of it recently:

Not a great four years.