The Washington Post reports the Navy’s epic bribery scandal grew even larger Wednesday as another officer pleaded guilty to leaking classified information to a foreign defense contractor in exchange for cash, luxury travel and sex. Lt. Cmdr. Todd Dale Malaki, 44, a former supply officer based in Asia, pleaded guilty in federal court in San Diego to one count of conspiracy to commit bribery. He is the eighth person to be convicted on corruption charges in the scandal, which has rattled the upper ranks of the Navy and shows few signs of ending anytime soon. According to his plea agreement, Malaki admitted to feeding classified ship schedules and other sensitive information to Leonard Glenn Francis, a Malaysian defense contractor who squeezed out competitors to become the primary supplier of goods and port services to U.S. Navy ships in Asia.