1. Chinese woman who breached Mar-a-Lago security expected in court after indictment  Washington Post
  2. Suspect in Mar-a-Lago security incident due in court  ABC News
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A woman accused of lying her way into Mar-a-Lago is scheduled to appear in federal court Monday. This comes after prosecutors say it’s possible the woman was attempting to spy at the club. Prosecutors say it’s what they found in Yujing Zhang’s hotel room that suggests her mission may have been to spy on the U. S. Chinese national Yujing Zhang, 32, appeared in federal court last week in handcuffs and a blue prison jumpsuit after her arrest for allegedly lying her way in to Mar-a-Lago.A woman accused of lying her way into Mar-a-Lago is scheduled to appear in federal court Monday. This comes after prosecutors say it’s possible the woman was attempting to spy at the club. Prosecutors say it’s what they found in Yujing Zhang’s hotel room that suggests her mission may have been to spy on the U. S. Chinese national Yujing Zhang, 32, appeared in federal court last week in handcuffs and a blue prison jumpsuit after her arrest for allegedly lying her way in to Mar-a-Lago.

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