Washington – A Chinese woman arrested for bluffing her way into US President Donald Trump's Florida resort, sparking concerns that she could pose an intelligence threat, was found guilty on Wednesday of lying to a federal officer and trespassing, CNN reported.
The woman, 33-year-old Yujing Zhang, made international headlines in March when she was arrested carrying multiple electronic devices at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach.
Baffling behaviour marked Zhang's trial in the US District Court in Fort Lauderdale from the start. She insisted on acting as her own lawyer despite US District Judge Roy Altman's entreaties.
She also delayed the start of jury selection on Monday by complaining that she did not have the correct underwear she needed for the trial.
The central question of what precisely Zhang was doing at the Trump private property remained unanswered, with prosecutors offering no explanation in court for her motives.