Senator and congressman were among her clients, she says A second sexy movie starlet has rocked Congress with accusations that a senator and a congressman were among the clients of a sex escort service. The senator is 'above 50 years old and a veteran politician', 18-year-old Janine Roque told a Senate investigation into the controversial escort service where politicians, police and military generals reportedly spend thousands of pesos. The congressman is 'around 40 years old' and tried to get her to take drugs with him but she refused, Roque said, testifying under oath before the Senate committee on labour and the Senate committee on youth, women and family relations on Wednesday. 'Someone called us up saying the congressman wanted two sex escorts and he chose me and my friend,' she recalled of the encounter last March. 'But because he got tired, he only had sex with my friend and put me on reserve and told me to return the following week.' She never did because she did not want to take drugs, said the teenager, who admitted engaging in prostitution while still a minor at 17. She named her two lawmaker clients after the senators agreed to hold a closed-door session. Together with Roque, four other starlets, including Keanna Reeves, appeared during the hearing. It was Reeves who triggered the sex scandal last month when she publicly admitted having paid sex with legislators. Speaker of the House Jose de Venecia ordered an inquiry, saying he did not want the public to think lawmakers were squandering public funds on sexual services. But no investigation has been conducted. The investigation by the Senate came as a surprise and appeared to have political overtones, intended to embarrass the government. Only three senators, all from the opposition party aligned with deposed president Joseph Estrada, conducted it: Estrada's wife, Senator Luisa Ejercito, Estrada's son, Senator Jinggoy Estrada, and Senator Jamby Madrigal. The inquiry had its comic moment when Reeves told Senator Ejercito she made from 5,000 pesos to 15,000 pesos depending on her client's requirements. 'Per shot?' the incredulous senator asked, causing the gallery to titter. Senator Ejercito said she attended the probe because she wanted to file a bill decriminalising prostitution. Ironically, her husband, ex-president Estrada, is on trial for plunder where one of his questioned assets is a mansion built for his mistress.