Washington (CNN) -- The Virginia couple accused of crashing President Obama's first White House state dinner on Tuesday are named in at least 16 different civil suits in Fauquier County, sometimes as plaintiffs, sometimes as defendants.A trawl through court records on Thursday revealed a more complete picture of Tareq and Michaele Salahi, who have left an extensive paper trail in federal bankruptcy and state court filings.
Donovan, a Secret Service special agent, in a statement.
The incident represents a security breach for the White House at the Obama administration's biggest social event to date.
After that, he saw the Salahis and crew leave their vehicle and walk to the White House.
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In Florida, a polo magazine editor said the Salahis submitted pictures for a December 2008 article that identified Schon, then Michaele Salahi, as a "former Miss USA." No record exists of her winning that beauty crown, pageant officials said.The couple was spotted rubbing elbows with the likes of Vice President Joe Biden and Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel at Tuesday's dinner, but the Secret Service says they were not invited.A Secret Service checkpoint "did not follow proper procedures" to determine if the two were on the guest list, said Edwin M.News to discuss their big day details."We've been best friends.And when you meet your soul mate, and he's been mine since the '90s when I first met him, you can't fight that feeling. "And I've been in love with him for a very long time.""She then fled to me," noted Schon before Salahi added, "I've never looked back.It’s really quite embarrassing.” In April, a judge dismissed a million lawsuit brought against the couple by Tareq Salahi, who alleged he was embarrassed in the process of Michaele’s transition from one relationship to the other.