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Several FBI employees stationed across Asia were recalled to Washington amid a probe into prostitution and partying, according to a report.

The Justice Department’s inspector general is looking into the allegations, which involve agents in about half a dozen cities in East and Southeast Asia, the Wall Street Journal reported. The employees were sent home in recent months as the investigation continues.

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It’s still unclear exactly what the nature of the allegations are.

“Upon learning of these allegations of misconduct, action was taken to reassign certain personnel to non-operational roles while the allegations are reviewed,” the FBI said in a statement to the paper.

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  1. Seems like the attitude from the top of the FBI has trickled itself down the chain. This is another black eye for the FBI at time when they really don’t need it. Looks like there needs to be a major house cleaning done. I’m sure that there are great agents and now they are being painted with the tarnished brush.

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