A woman, Yujing Zhang, initially got access to the property on March 30 due to misunderstandings with Mar-Lago security members, according to a complaint. Trump was in Mar-a-Lago on that day, although he was not in possession at the time when Zhang's visit was foreseen.
After she was arrested, US secret service agents searched for several electronic devices she was carrying, including four cell phones, a portable computer, an external hard disk drive and a flash drive, and found that the flash drive is harmful
Once confronted with property, Zhang informed the administrator that she was in the club to attend the events of the Sino-American Association of United Nations, which the secretary knew was not. Presence, she told one agent that she was there to attend the United Nations Friendship Day between the United States and China, and did what she declared to be an invitation to the event. But "the agents could not read it like it was in Chinese," according to a complaint, which also says the agents knew that such an event was not scheduled.
Late Tuesday, spokesman for the United States Prosecutor's Office, Sarah Shal, said that two passports transported by Zhang were from the People's Republic of China. The complaint states that the passports were from the Republic of China, known as Taiwan.
"The information provided to the court indicates that the defendant from the People's Republic of China, not the Republic of China (Taiwan), and they were the Passports of the People's Republic of China," Shall said in an e-mail.
Agents removed Zhang from According to prosecutors, Zhang said that her Chinese friend Charles said he would leave Shanghai, China, to Palm Beach, Florida, to visit this event and try to chat with a member of the Mar-Lago property. President's Family on Chinese and American Foreign Economic Relations
Although Guys tried to get more information about Charles, Zhang argued that she was talking to him only through WeChat, a messaging service that was popular in China, and although Zhang behaved like she did not understand English when she first entered According to Mar-Lago, the complaint states that during interviews with agents, she "exhibited detailed knowledge and ability to communicate and understand even
Prosecutors in the Southern District of Florida accused her of having made a false statement to a federal officer and one counting that entered into limited property. The first appearance in Florida was a federal court on Monday, where she was informed about the charges against her and the possible sanctions she faced, according to a court order. She must be sued for court hearing on April 8.
This story was updated with the statement of the US Prosecutor's Office.