Founder Of Sex-Trafficking Massage Parlor Chain Had Employees Contribute To Trump Re-Election Campaign

Credit: Wochit News
Published on March 16, 2019 - Duration: 00:52s

Founder Of Sex-Trafficking Massage Parlor Chain Had Employees Contribute To Trump Re-Election Campaign

Cindy Yang founded a massage parlor chain that was busted in a massive sex-trafficking investigation.

Business Insider reports Yang also appeared to orchestrate a series of political donations to President Donald Trump's re-election campaign.

Yang and her family have donated $42,000 to a Trump PAC and over $16,000 to Trump's presidential campaigns.

There is a limit of $5,400 for personal contributions to political campaigns.

Advertisement

Founder Of Sex-Trafficking Massage Parlor Chain Had Employees Contribute To Trump Re-Election Campaign

NOV.

21, 2018, FILE PHOTO MANDATORY CREDIT; SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL OUT; NO LICENSING EXCEPT BY AP COOPERATIVE MEMBERS

You are here

Recent related videos from verified sources

Trump in Orlando: Everything you need to know about the 2020 re-election campaign kickoff 01:56
Credit: NYDN tronc - Published 9 hours ago 

Trump Boasts He Has 100,000 Requests to Attend Reelection Rally 00:57
Credit: Veuer - Published 11 hours ago 

Huawei Says American Ban To Cost $30 Billion 00:51
Credit: Wochit Business - Published 13 hours ago 

President Trump Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign In Orlando On Tuesday 00:31
Credit: CBS4 Miami - Published 13 hours ago 

Trump Campaign Axes Pollsters After Data Showing Him Trailing Joe Biden is Leaked: Report 01:14
Credit: Veuer - Published 16 hours ago 

President Trump Preparing To Kick Off 2020 Re-Election Campaign 02:05
Credit: CBS4 Miami - Published 2 days ago 

Biden Promises No 'Deep Fakes' Or Fake News 00:33
Credit: Wochit News - Published 3 days ago 

Florida is a battleground state as President Trump visits Orlando 04:55
Credit: NYDN tronc - Published 3 days ago 

You might like