Disgraced former Secret Service Agent Arthur Huntington allegedly had an affair with a Canadian woman before his notorious fling with a Colombian hooker named Dania Suarez.
A Canadian beauty met Huntington last year in Ireland, where he was assigned to protect the President. And she is outraged that the agent lied about being divorced to woo her into bed.
After learning the truth, months later, she said, “I was screaming. . . I was in disbelief. I couldn’t sleep that night. Then I started to read stuff that he was married, living in Maryland with his kids. You have no idea how I felt. I felt sick.”
The Canadian woman, 42, spoke to the Daily News on condition of anonymity and said she is coming forward now because his wife “deserves to know because it’s not a one-time thing.”
She describes in detail how the 41-year-old Huntington — who famously stiffed his Cartagena call girl — put the moves on her at a Dublin pub.
The woman said she met the hunky Huntington at Copper’s pub during the President’s May 2011 trip to the Irish capital.
On that first night, he didn’t lure her into a love nest, but pursued her for months until they shared a two-day affair in Manhattan.
His opening line was, “You’re not getting away from me tonight,’ ” according to the dark-haired woman’s account of their intercontinental romance.
Tightwad Huntington — who paid just $28 of his $800 tab to Colombian hooker Dania Suarez — lied to the Canadian woman and insisted he was a divorced dad.
In reality, the disgraced former federal agent lived with his wife, Jolie, and their two sons in suburban Maryland, where he was active at the local Granite Baptist Church. His wife led a Bible study group there.
“She’s probably beautiful,” the woman said of Jolie.
She said she kept in touch with Huntington until shortly before he left for Colombia last month.
When she discovered the truth through media reports about Huntington, the petite, well-toned woman said,
“I was like, ‘Are you f------ kidding me?’ ”
Huntington, she said, presented himself as a lone wolf looking for love while traveling the globe for his job.
“Why is it the President is the only one that should have morals?” she said. “The people that are protecting him should be mindful of what they are doing.”
“He’s under a microscope now because he’s put himself there,” the Canadian continued. “(His) job is more than a job. It’s a responsibility.”
The scorned world traveler was also repulsed at the thought of becoming one of Huntington’s conquests: “I feel used. He actively pursued me while he was married — and not only me. How many more others?”
The only good thing she could say about Huntingon was that unlike in Cartagena, he picked up the tab for their dinners and drinks.
If she had known the truth about the feckless fed, the woman added, she “never would have gone near him.”
And she feels for his sons. “Your dad goes from hero to what?”
Built for trouble
According to Suarez, the hottie hooker at the heart of the scandal that got dozen agents either fired or forced to leave their positions, the hardly-light-on-his-feet Huntington couldn’t dance, but yanked up his shirt several times to show off his six-pack abs.
It was that fit physique that first drew the Canadian woman’s attention in Dublin.
There was an instant attraction between the woman and the U.S. agent, who introduced himself after recognizing her from a different spot on the previous night, she said.
The bar was loud and dark, and Huntington leaned in close to speak. She quickly noticed the sculpted arms beneath his tight tan sweater.
“We just started talking and we went downstairs,” she said.
The two hit it off, and she was impressed by his good looks and better job. They bonded over mutual geography: She’s from Toronto, he grew up near Niagara Falls.
“He’s stunning,” recalled the mother of two. “He’s a gorgeous guy. There were a whole group of them, not just him. He was the only one that stood out. He’s super fit and so am I.”
“I don’t even think the drink came yet and he said, ‘Do you have your phone? I want you to take my number.’ ” He grabbed the mobile to punch in his digits.
Huntington knocked back a few double vodkas during their hour-long chat, and asked three questions: “Are you here with anybody? Do you have a boyfriend? Can I buy you a drink?”
She quickly responded: “No, no and yes.”
Soon they were in frequent contact — meeting again only once for two days in August 2011 in New York.
Their two days in the Big Apple were “amazing,” she recalled.
But learning the truth left the Canadian woman feeling furious about Huntington’s lies.
“I’m thinking okay, this is all cool,” she said. “I’m single, you’re single. We’re not hurting anybody. I (didn’t) consider myself to be his girlfriend, but he did pursue me.”
The emails and photos they shared were all G-rated, more flirty than Penthouse Forum, she insisted.
“Hey sexy, good to hear from you,” Huntington wrote in an email to the woman on June 6, 2011.
In other emails, he requested shots of the petite 100-pound woman in her bikini.
Huntington told her about an upcoming trip to Asia and suggested they meet again, prompting final arrangements for their weekend in New York.
The woman thought he was in the city for training with the NYPD, but the Daily News couldn’t confirm if that were true.
Huntington, 41, wrote that he was booked at the Marriott East Side on Lexington Ave. at E. 49th St.
They met for pizza and conversation, including a chat about life being a divorced parent, the woman recalled.