A Dallas stay-at-home mom explained on America's Election HQ today how she unearthed new scandals inside the Secret Service.

Malia Litman, a retired lawyer and the wife of a prominent internet entrepreneur, said she spent $100,000 of her own money to sue the federal government, filing 89 Freedom of Information Act requests with the Department Homeland Security.

Litman, who also wrote a book called Rebuttal of the Rogue, said she found one document that laid out 135 specific instances of misconduct or corruption from 2004 to 2010. She said a more recent document found that an agent was giving date-rape drugs to an underage boy and sexually molesting him. 

Another allegation she found was that a supervisor had choked a female subordinate for rejecting his sexual advances.

Litman became interested in the Secret Service's inner workings after sex scandals made headlines a few years ago, including agents hiring Colombian prostitutes.

She alleges that the Secret Service also made sure that agents signed documents promising not to talk about what happened on their overseas trips.

Litman was asked in the interview this afternoon why she wanted to pursue this. 

"Because I'm a patriot. I care about our government and I feel like, if I don't do it, who will?" she asked.

Watch Heather Nauert's full interview above. 

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