The House page program came under scrutiny after the Mark Foley scandal last year.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - A lawmaker who resigned from the board that oversees Capitol Hill pages said one parent suggested lax supervision led to "kids gone wild."
Rep. Ginny Brown-Waite, R-Florida, Friday said she resigned because she was angered to learn that two pages had oral sex in public areas of the their Capitol Hill dorm. The pages were dismissed from the program, but Brown-Waite said the incident is an example of lax supervision of the teens.
"It wasn't kissing and hugging - let me put it that way," Brown-Waite said. "It did go beyond that, there were not only a young male and female involved, but there were also observers and other page participants who were, let's say, enablers."
"This had been going on for months," she said. "Almost all of the pages knew about it."
No members of Congress were involved, Brown-Waite said.