Woman arrested for Mar-a-Lago breach had device to detect hidden cameras
Prosecutors say Yujing Zhang, who briefly breached security at Donald Trump’s Florida club, also had $8,000 in cash
The Chinese woman arrested after breaching security at Donald Trump’s private club and resort, Mar-a-Lago, had a device used to detect hidden cameras, other electronics and thousands of dollars in cash in her Florida hotel room, prosecutors said on Monday.
Yujing Zhang appeared in court at a bail hearing in West Palm Beach, where prosecutors revealed that items found in her room included: a signal detector – which is used to pick up the presence of hidden cameras – nine USB drives, five sim cards and a cellphone. There was also $8,000 in cash and several credit and debit cards, according to the Washington Post.