Founder of Spa Where Robert Kraft Was Busted Attended Trump’s Super Bowl Party

Donald Trump posed for a selfie during his 2019 Super Bowl watch party with Li Yang — the same woman who founded the massage parlor Robert Kraft was busted at.

Trump’s annual Super Bowl party at his West Palm Beach country club had a special guest in attendance. As Trump cheered on the New England Patriots and his friend, team owner Robert Kraft, Yang, the Chinese entrepreneur who founded a chain of South Florida massage parlors, sat at a nearby table, she told the Miami Herald.

19 days later, Kraft was charged with soliciting a prostitute after he was “twice videotaped in a sex act at a shopping-center massage parlor in Florida,” AP News reports.

Yang claims she had previously sold the business at the center of the investigation, Orchids of Asia Day Spa, and she has not been charged in the “multi-agency anti-human trafficking operation,” according to the Miami Herald.

Although she has no political involvement, she was reportedly invited to the White House in 2018 to attend several events hosted by the Asian American and Pacific Islander Initiative. She told the publication she has plans to move to Washington D.C.

The Miami Herald also reports “she has now become a fixture at Republican political events up and down the East Coast,” and her Facebook account includes photos of herself standing with President Trump, Eric and Donald Jr., and various other political figures.

Additionally, Yang still owns spas in South Florida, and has had police visit them on more than one occasion after reports of her employees selling sex.  An online review of her Tokyo Day Spa reads as follows:

“If you’re just wanting to get a ‘rub and tug,’ this might be one of the best places in West Palm Beach.”

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