Miami – A Chinese woman who entered the Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach without permission, where the former president Donald trump has her private residence, she was deported this weekend after being sentenced to an eight-month prison sentence for resisting when she was arrested.
The Chinese Citizen Yujing zhang, 35, was arrested in March 2019 and was taken into the custody of immigration authorities after serving her sentence, with a view to her deportation, the newspaper “The Miami Herald” reported this Sunday, citing federal sources.
Zhang served his sentence in December of that year and, since then, has remained in the custody of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for nearly two years pending his deportation, which finally came to fruition this end of week.
The Chinese citizen had tried to enter with various electronic devices to restricted access areas in Mar-a-Lago, when Trump was still president of the United States.
Secret Service agents intercepted her in the Mar-a-Lago reception area due to her suspicious behavior and took her outside the luxurious property, where they interrogated her.
Zhang argued that he entered Mar-a-Lago to meet the president and his family, and make friends too, and falsely added that Trump has told the press that he invited her to his club.
After his arrest, Zhang was found five cell phones, several memory cards, a computer and a portable hard drive, and a device capable of detecting hidden cameras.
Zhang arrived in Mar-a-Lago one day when the president and his family were spending a few days at the club, although the president was playing golf at a nearby course at the time.
In another similar case, another Chinese woman, Jing Lu, 56, was arrested in December 2019 for trespassing in the same club where Trump has his private residence, although on this occasion neither the then-president nor his family were in Mar-a-Lago.
Lu was later sentenced to six months in jail for resisting when she was arrested.