A high-ranking Secret Service supervisor is in trouble.
FOX News Radio's Rachel Sutherland reports why from Washington:
A female Secret Service agent claims her boss, Xavier Morales, assaulted her after a party in Washington. She says he grabbed her arms and tried to kiss her at the agency headquarters.
After she reported the alleged incident, the 48-year-old had to turn in his badge and gun, and he's now on leave, with his security clearance suspended.
Director Joe Clancy was informed of the incident the next day. Last month, it took days for Clancy to find out two agents drove an agency car into a secure area near the White House without authorization.
In Washington, Rachel Sutherland, FOX News Radio.