REPORT: Mar-a-Lago intruder indicted on 2 charges

APRIL 13, 2019

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A Chinese woman who was arrested after talking her way into Mar-a-Lago last month has been formally indicted, CBS Miami reports. Yujing Zhang, 32, is charged with lying to a federal agent and entering restricted property without permission.

Prosecutors in court have suggested Zhang could have been trying to spy, but that was not reflected in the court filing Friday.

The article goes on to state the following:

According to the grand jury’s indictment, “when asked whether she was authorized to be at the Mar-a-Lago Club and its grounds, the defendant state she was there to attend a ‘United Nations Friendship Event,’ when in truth and in fact, and as the defendant then and there well knew, no such event was scheduled at Mar-a-Lago and its grounds.”

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