The Chinese woman accused of lying to gain gain admission to President Trump's Mar-a-Lago club last month was bail Monday by a federal judge, who says there is an "extreme risk of flight" if she were to be set
Yujing Zhang, appearing in a West Palm Beach court dressed in a blue jumpsuit with both her wrists and ankles shackled, thus pleading not to federal charges of lying to federal agents and illegal entering.
Federal Magistrate Judge William Matthewman ultimately refused to set bail for the 33-year-old, saying there is an "extreme risk of flight" if she was released. The U.S. doesn't have an extradition treaty with China.
Matthewman remarked that "it appears to the court that Ms. Zhang was up to something nefarious" ̵
Zhang was arrested March 30 after Secret Service agents. by falsely telling a checkpoint guard she was a member
The agents say she was a clerk inside she was there for a nonexistent Chinese American event.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.