A woman has illegally entered President Tramp's Mar-la-Lago Club while in Florida on the weekend, carrying two Chinese passports and malware, federal prosecutors say.
Eyuzzin Zhang, 32, visited President Palm Beach's club, told a secret service agent at a security checkpoint that he wanted to use the pool, a punitive complaint was filed Monday in the US County of South Florida County . She showed the agent two Chinese passports and tried to determine if she was on the list of members, according to the complaint. According to the secret services, she was not on the list, but a club manager believes she is related to a Mar-a-Lago member with the same surname. She did not say whether or not she was "and because of a potential barrier language problem," Zhang managed to enter Mar-a-Lago, Samuel Ivanovic writes in court documents.
riding a golf cart, and finally told the receptionist that he was in the club for the Sino-American Association to be held later that day, an event the receptionist knew was not planned. She was there to attend the United Nations' United Nations Event of Friendship between China and the United States, and said she was visiting Mar-a-Lago early to take pictures of the property ̵
The woman was taken out of the property and "became verbally aggressive with agents" when she was interviewed, the documents argue. Ivanovic said it was clear that Zhang could speak and read English well, and said she claimed she had traveled from Shanghai to Florida after someone named Charles, whom she met in Chinese the social media told her "to attend this event and try to talk with a member of the president's family about Chinese and US foreign economic relations."
Zhang also denied that she told the agents she was at the beach club to swim in.
The agent said Zhang was wearing four mobile phones, a laptop, an external hard drive and a thumb containing computer malware. She did not have a swimsuit
Zhang was accused of giving false statements to federal agents and illegally entering a forbidden area. She remains in custody until next week's hearing
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There is no indication that Zhang was close to the President who played golf at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach on Saturday. There is no indication that it is related to Li Yang, a Chinese native, a Republican donor and a former owner of a hairdressing salon. Recently, Yang made news after learning that she had promised Chinese business leaders, through her consulting firm, access to Mar-a-Lago, where they could mingle with the president.
The secret services reported to Fox News that "this is an ongoing investigation," but did not comment on the case
Heather Lacey, John Roberts and Associated Press contributed to this report.