Trump Posed For Pic With Founder Of Spa Where Kraft Allegedly Solicited Prostitutes

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS - FEBRUARY 05: Patriots ownder Robert Kraft celebrates on Cambridge street during the New England Patriots Victory Parade on February 05, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

In a picture surfaced by the Miami Herald, President Donald Trump is captured at a Super Bowl watch party cozying up to Li Yang, the woman who founded the spa where Patriots owner Robert Kraft was busted for alleged solicitation.

The photo was reportedly taken at Trump’s West Palm Beach country club.

The spa at which Kraft allegedly solicited prostitution was just one in a chain of the Tokyo Day Spas that Yang started, many of which have gained a reputation for selling sex. Yang said that she’d sold the particular spa that Kraft allegedly spent time at decades prior, and she has not been implicated in a statewide crackdown on the prostitution rings masquerading as massage parlors. She has flipped many of the parlors she founded.

Per the Herald, the previously politically ambivalent Yang has become a mainstay at Republican events, sometimes pictured bearing a rhinestone MAGA purse, and donating significant sums to Trump’s campaign and PACs. She has taken pictures with Donald Trump Jr., Eric Trump and Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL), among others.

Kraft, who maintains his innocence, was allegedly caught on camera at the spa paying for sexual services.

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