A Chinese businesswoman charged with lying to a Secret Service agent to gain entry to ’s Mar-a-Lago club was found guilty on Wednesday.
Yujing Zhang, 33, was arrested on March 30 after she lied to gain entry to the Palm Beach, Florida, resort. She faces up to six years in prison.
Zhang told a Secret Service agent guarding the club that she was there to use the pool. Her name was not on the official membership list, but a manager at the club reportedly thought she was the daughter of a member.
Once inside, Zhang then told a front desk receptionist she was there to attend an event for the “United Nations Chinese American Association” and that she was there early