Woman trespassing at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort sent to China

A Chinese businessman has been convicted of trespassing at Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club and lying to Secret Service agents, federal officials said, more than two years after serving his sentence.

Yujing Zhang was handed over to immigration officials in December 2019 after serving an eight-month sentence for trespassing at Trump’s resort. in March of that year,

But he was jailed three times at the Glades County Detention Center, mainly because of delays in deportation during the COVID-19 pandemic, immigration officials told the Miami Herald.

When she went to Trump’s club, Zhang was informed of For carrying two Chinese passports and a device containing computer malware.

In court in April 2019, the prosecutor said Items found in his hotel room included the presence of hidden cameras, a signal detector used to pick up nine USB drives, five SIM cards and a cellphone, $8,000 in cash and the presence of several credit and debit cards.

Upon sentencing, the then 33-year-old said she had gone to Mar-a-Lago to “meet the president and family and just make friends”.

When asked by an unreliable judge if she really thought she could meet Trump, Zhang laughed out loud and said she expected to meet other people as well.

Zhang then told US District Judge Roy Altman that the president told reporters he had invited him to Mar-a-Lago. Altman said it was another lie.

Zhang’s motives are unclear, but the judge said her visit to Mar-a-Lago was clearly about more than just getting a photo opportunity.

even after serving his sentence and still in custody US immigration, Zhang became desperate to expedite his return to China. The Herald reported that it filed a petition in December 2020 to speed up the process but was not successful.

According to court documents, Zhang wrote in English that he had been held at the detention center, with no money to call his family. China, and he needed a lawyer to gain freedom and go home.