Using the alias Anna de Rothschild, the lady successfully maneuvered her way into privileged circles. That is, until she was identified as Inna Yashchyshyn, a Ukrainian immigrant who is now under investigation by the FBI, according to a bundle of shocking reports published last week.
In May of 2021, she gained access to the private Mar-a-Lago club in Palm Beach County, Florida, where former President Donald Trump resides, and was seen with members of Trump’s inner circle.
The next day, she was spotted with Trump and South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham at the Trump International Golf Club, a short distance from Mar-a-Lago.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and a media consortium known as the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project collaborated to cover the woman’s tale.
“The path that led Yashchyshyn to Mar-a-Lago and Trump’s side was years in the making. It saw her become involved with a fraudulent charity, make trips to the Caribbean, and woo various high rollers with would-be business ideas,” one of the reports noted.
According to the sources, she is being investigated for her actions in Canada.
EXCLUSIVE: A 33-year-old Russian-speaking immigrant posing as Anna de Rothschild — a member of the European banking dynasty — infiltrated Mar-a-Lago and Trump's entourage. Said one guest: "How did they allow it?"
@PittsburghPG and @OCCRP https://t.co/kx1cBD86Cp
— Michael Sallah (@MikeSallah7) August 26, 2022
There is no tie between Yashchyshyn and the renowned Rothchild banking dynasty.
The fact that she entered Mar-a-Lago is disturbing to many.
Ed Martin, a former U.S. Treasury special agent who spent more than two decades in criminal intelligence, told the Post-Gazette, “That’s his residence. She shouldn’t have been in there.”
The Post-Gazette and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project have learnt that false U.S. and Canadian passports and identification cards using the name Anna de Rothschild have been seized.
Yashchyshyn claims she has never used another name.
“I think there is some misunderstanding,” she said, according to the Post-Gazette, claiming fake documents were generated by a former business partner.
More on this story via The Western Journal:
“That’s all fake, and nothing happened,” she said.
John LeFevre, a former investment banker, author and Mar-a-Lago member, told the Post-Gazette the woman identified herself as a Rothschild and “everyone was eating it up.” CONTINUE READING…