Ex-TSA employee faces prostitution charges after sex ‘party’

Darci Marchese, wtop.com

WASHINGTON – A former Transportation Security Administration employee is facing prostitution charges after police busted a sex operation in an area hotel.

Bryant Livingston, 39, of Manassas is facing five counts of prostitution-related charges.

After a manager called 911, police found naked women in a Silver Spring hotel Feb. 15, along with men in various stages of undress, according to Montgomery County Police.

Livingston was seen escorting men and women out of the hotel room, police said.

One man told police he paid $100 for a sex act and he found out about the “party” on Craigslist, Montgomery County Police Captain Paul Starks said.

NBC Channel 4 is reporting Livingston was a floor manager at Dulles International Airport.

A spokesman with the TSA confirmed Livingston is no longer employed by the TSA.

Kawika Riley of the TSA released the following statement Wednesday:

“TSA cooperated fully with law enforcement during their investigation into this matter. The alleged off duty conduct of this individual is unacceptable and in no way reflect the integrity and professionalism of the more than 50,000 security officers who strive every day to ensure the security of the traveling public.”

Livingston pleaded guilty to a second degree assault charge in 1999.

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