Founder Of Florida Spa Tied To Sex Trafficking Was Invited To The White House

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Li Yang was invited to the White House in 2018 an event hosted by the Asian American and Pacific Islander Initiative.

Along with cheering on the New England Patriots with the president during this year’s Super Bowl and attending his inauguration in 2017, Florida entrepreneur Li Yang was also invited to the White House last year, according to the Miami Herald.

The 45-year-old businesswoman has founded a series of massage parlors in Florida over the years, some of which allegedly offer sexual services.

Yang also founded the Orchids of Asia Day Spa where Patriots owner Robert Kraft allegedly paid for sexual services, and although she sold the business in 2013, the Herald said the location was rumored to have engaged in such activity prior to the sale.

Yang visited the White House to participate in an event hosted by the Asian American and Pacific Islander Initiative, an advisory commission Trump established via executive order in 2017.

She also returned to Washington, D.C., twice more in 2018 to attend at least two subsequent AAPI events, the Herald reported.

Since President Donald Trump secured the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, Yang has become a growing presence within conservative political circles.

Her “Facebook is covered in photos of herself standing with President Trump, his two sons, Eric and Donald Jr., Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Sen. Rick Scott, Sarah Palin, the president’s campaign manager and an assortment of other high-level Republican operators she has met at charity events, political fundraisers and galas, many of which require hefty donations to attend.”

The Herald reported that neither the White House, the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign responded to a request for comment.

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