Cindy Yang Being Sued By Landlord After Spa Disappears

Cindy Yang has been complaining she’s being persecuted in the press and social media because she’s a Trump supporter. She hasn’t mention she’s being sued by her landlord for closing her massage school and skipping out on a long term lease.
After the Orchids Of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida, was raided on February 19th, whoever was running the Tokyo Massage And Beauty School in Sunrise, Florida locked up and made the business disappear before the month ended.

The raid on the Orchids of Asia Spa was part of a sting operation into sex trafficking and included 5 massage parlors in the cities of Jupiter and Hobe Sound.

If you aren’t familiar with the area, the Tokyo spa in Sunrise was 70 miles away from where the raids were taking place. Though Cindy says she quit the massage business in order to pursue political activism, but her name was on the lease so she’s the one who’s named in the lawsuit that was filed on March 6th.

Cindy signed a five year lease in February of 2016 and is liable for the rent on the remaining time of the lease, which runs to August, 2021. The amount asked for in the lawsuit is $141,000 plus damages and legal fees. A copy of the filing is below.
If you find yourself starting to feel sorry for Cindy, just think about all the women who were trafficked from China and forced to work in many of the 9,000 Asian massage parlors in America.

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