The CIA station chief at a post in Algeria is under investigation by the U.S. Justice Department for allegedly raping at least two Muslim women, making secret sex tapes and lacing their drinks with a date-rape drug, ABC News reported.
The 41-year-old spy boss officer was pulled out of the country by the U.S. Ambassador once the women came forward in October, the news organization reported.
The victims said they were drugged and then raped inside the officer's CIA-provided residence in Algiers -- and dozens of videotapes showing the officer engaged in sexual acts with other women prompted the Justice Department to expand its investigation to Egypt, where he was previously posted.
The second alleged victim told U.S. prosecutors that she was drugged at the officer's residence and then sexually assaulted.
One of the alleged victims appears in a "semi-conscious state" on one video recording.
A third women who is a friend of one of the alledged victims reportedly handed a cell phone video over to the authorities that showed her friend having a drink and dancing inside the CIA officer's residence.
The CIA would not acknowledge the investigation to ABC News.
Both victims have given sworn statements to federal prosecutors who will prepare a possible criminal case against the officer, they reported.