Founder of Florida Massage Parlor Where Robert Kraft Was Arrested Is Trump Donor Who Was at Super Bowl Party with President Trump Mike Vance March 8, 2019 News The founder of the Florida massage parlor, Orchids of Asia Day Spa & Massage, was at Mar-a-Lago rooting for the New England Patriots alongside President Trump. Li Yang shared a photo of herself at the event. It took place just two weeks before Patriots owner Robert Kraft was charged with two misdemeanor counts of solicitation for prostitution based on events that allegedly happened at Yang's spa. According to the accusations, Kraft visited the spa in consecutive days in January and a worker performed a sexual act on the billionaire during both appointments. Kraft plans to fight the charges. Despite there being video evidence, Kraft denies these claims. Kraft and President Trump are very close friends. According to a report from Daily Mail, Yang donated $8,100 to the Trump Victory Fund in 2018. On federal election forms she lists her occupation as Chairman of the Women's Charity Foundation. More, per Daily Mail: That Super Bowl party was just one of the many events Yang has attended at Trump's private club in Palm Beach. Her social media accounts show frequent visits to Mar-a-Lago in the years since President Trump took office. During those visits she has posed up alongside Donald Jr and Eric Trump, actor Jon Voight, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Sarah Palin and even Don King. She has also been a guest at both the White House and Trump Tower, where she had an audience with the president. Yang, 45, owns a string of day spas in south Florida, an area where human trafficking has run rampant of recent, according to a Miami Herald report siting crackdowns on spas in at least three counties. In Miami-Dada County, at least 205 spas offer sexual services according to the Herald. She has made several visits to the White House since President Trump took office. She has posed for pictures with Donald Jr. and Eric, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Sarah Palin and Don King.