Founder of Raided Florida Sex Spa Chain Now Runs Outfit That Sells Trump Access To Chinese Executives

Last month police raided a chain of Florida spas in a sex trafficking sweep that netted dozens of men, including billionaire New England Patriots owner and Trump backer Robert Kraft.

Yesterday the Miami Herald revealed that the chain’s founder, Cindy Yang, who no longer owns the company, took a selfie with Trump at Mar-A-Lago’s Super Bowl party. As it turns out, there is much more to her story.

Mother Jones reports:

Beyond this sordid tale, there is another angle to the strange story of Yang: She runs an investment business that has offered to sell Chinese clients access to Trump and his family.  And a website for the business—which includes numerous photos of Yang and her purported clients hobnobbing at Mar-a-Lago, Trump’s private club in Palm Beach—suggests she had some success in doing so.

Yang, who goes by Cindy, and her husband, Zubin Gong, started GY US Investments LLC in 2017. The GY US Investments website lists upcoming events at Mar-a-Lago at which Yang’s clients presumably can mingle with Trump or members of his family. This includes something called the International Leaders Elite Forum, where Trump’s sister, Elizabeth Trump Grau, will supposedly be the featured speaker.

Definitely hit that link.