The Miami Herald is reporting that President Donald Trump watched Super Bowl LIII with the founder of the massage parlor New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft visited when he was busted for soliciting prostitution last month.
The Miami Herald published a report Friday indicating Trump hosted a Super Bowl watch party at his West Palm Beach, Fla., country club on February 3 as Kraft's Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Kraft has denied the charges and an arraignment has been set for March 28 in West Palm Beach.
Yang also attended multiple events hosted by the administration's Asian-American and Pacific Islander Initiative, according to the Herald.
Yang has not been charged and no longer owns the parlors. He now faces two first-degree misdemeanor charges for soliciting another to commit prostitution. All indications are she's had no involvement with Orchids of Asia Day Spa since the 2013 sale, instead pursuing a new life that reportedly includes an investment consulting business, a travel agency and a charity.
In June of 2016, a woman filed a lawsuit claiming that she was raped by the then-presidential candidate at a party at Epstein's Manhattan mansion in 1994 when she was 13 years old.
Yang has become a regular at GOP political events, flaunting on her Facebook page photographs showing her posed with Trump himself and other prominent conservative figures, such as Republican National Committee chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R).
CNN has reached out to Yang and local authorities in Jupiter, Florida, where the spa Kraft visited is located.
The woman, Li Yang, is a self-made entrepreneur from China who started a chain of day spas in South Florida, the Herald report said. The Herald's report also states Yang is not facing any charges from the human trafficking sting which ensnared Kraft, and that none of the massage parlors under investigation is registered to Yang or her family.