Washington - A highly hush-hush operation masterminded by Special Agent Jethro Gibbs' undercover team has resulted in serious charges being brought in the 'US Navy Secrets For Lady Gaga Tickets' case.
In the dock is a Malaysian businessman who screwed the United States Navy out of $10million by conspiring to have US ships routed to favorable ports.
Last week NCIS Special Agents pounced on his alleged accomplice, US Navy commander Michael Vannak Khem Misiewicz, catching him red-handed as he passed secrets to Malaysian businessman Leonard Francis in exchange for a variety of bribes.
"Some of these included access to VIP hookers," Director Vance told a pre-trial press conference, "as well as Lady Gaga concert tickets."
The scam was detected initially following the discovery of cocaine particles found on banknotes in US Navy petty cash safes.
Gibbs' forensic team soon unraveled the the toxic trail that lead to the high profile arrests.
A spokesperson for Lady Gaga said tonight NCIS 'was the singer's favorite show'.
Trial begins November 8th.