In yet another blow to the Secret Service’s reputation, a high-ranking supervisor is on administrative leave following complaints from a female employee that he sexually assaulted her at the agency’s headquarters following a celebration for his new job to run the Louisville office.
Instead of reporting to his new job, Xavier Morales is on administrative leave, accused of “misconduct and potential criminal activity,” Fox News reports. 
The employee said Morales made unrelenting sexual advances after professing his love for her at the agency headquarters after the party.
Unlike the alleged drunken-driving accident involving Secret Service agents last month, the allegations in this case were reported to Director Joseph Clancy the same day it was reported – April 2, a spokesman of the agency said.
The case is under investigation to determine whether Morales will retain his job and whether he will face criminal charges.