CBS News Miami reports:
A Chinese woman accused of illegally entering President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club with a flash drive containing malware, also had numerous electronic devices and thousands in cash stashed in her hotel room.
Prosecutors say they found multiple electronic devices in her hotel room, including a signal detector that can seek out detect hidden cameras, another cell phone, nine USB drives and five SIM cards. There were also several credit cards in her name.
There was $7,600 in cash and $7,500 of that was in $100 U.S. bills. She also had $663 in Chinese currency in her room at the Colony Hotel in Palm Beach County, according to prosecutors.
Video: This is bonkers. @CNN‘s @ShimonPro updating on what was found in the hotel of the Chinese woman who just wanted to use the pool or whatever at Mar-A-Lago -> Over $7,500 in $100 bills, nine USB drives, five sim cards, and a signal detector used to find hidden cameras pic.twitter.com/Rz6yuevcyR
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) April 8, 2019
Brought to you by the guy who ran a campaign that largely centered around the idea that his opponent couldn’t be trusted with national security. All it took for Chinese spies to infiltrate Mar-a-Lago was paying the president for access. https://t.co/kEADpAfwOQ
— Brian Klaas (@brianklaas) April 8, 2019
The two Chinese passports Zhang allegedly presented to Mar a lago management are being discussed in court.
One passport was issued in July 2007 but expired in July 2017.
— Shimon Prokupecz (@ShimonPro) April 8, 2019