A Ukrainian truck driver’s daughter named Inna Yaschyshyn, who allegedly posed as a Rothschild heiress to gain access to Mar-a-Lago and meet former President Trump, is being accused by the FBI of having ties to Russian organized crime.
(Video Credit: Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project)
Yaschyshyn, 33, claims she is innocent and is being framed by a former friend and business partner named Valeriy Tarasenko. Despite allegations by the FBI that are reminiscent of the Russia collusion hoax used against Trump, the young imposter asserts she is innocent and never raised cash for Russian gangsters through a fake children’s charity.
“I am the victim right now, that’s all I can tell you,” she told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
“I think there is some misunderstanding,” Yaschyshyn stated.
She was grilled over five fake IDs, including a U.S. passport, where her picture was featured with the name Anna de Rothschild. Despite that fact, she still claims, “That’s all fake, and nothing happened.”
Using fake ID and posing as a European heiress, Russian speaking woman made multiple trips in and out of Mar-a-Lago: Federal authorities investigating Ukrainian immigrant who posed as a Rothschild, rubbed elbows with Trump and his allies at Mar-a-Lago https://t.co/dLEiiyPMmU
— Frank Figliuzzi (@FrankFigliuzzi1) August 26, 2022
Yaschyshyn fooled even her close friends at Mar-a-Lago, convincing them that she was Anna de Rothschild, a banking heiress from Monaco.
She originally visited Mar-a-Lago with British Trump supporter Elchanan Adamker in May of 2021. She posed with the former president the next day for a photograph at the club.
Yaschyshyn also had her picture taken with South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham.
“Anna, you’re a Rothschild — you can afford $1 million for a picture with you and Trump,” Adamker allegedly said while videoing her taking a swing on Mar-a-Lago’s luxury golf course.
Far from being an heiress, the woman is actually the daughter of a Ukrainian truck driver named Oleksandr Yaschyshyn, who lives in a modest home in Buffalo Grove, Illinois.
Yaschyshyn was president of a children’s charity called United Hearts of Mercy. The FBI thinks the charity is actually a front used to funnel cash to Russian organized crime.
Russian As Rothschild next to Trump https://t.co/VHOA2VyFzI
— Christos (@Chrisnatageo) August 27, 2022
She has not been charged with any crimes and many of the rumors swirling around her seem to be unsubstantiated. So far, the Secret Service and the FBI are not commenting on the matter. The fake heiress is also under investigation in Canada according to the Post-Gazette. It is not clear what the major crimes unit is investigating her for.
The incident with Yaschyshyn that happened a year ago is being drooled over by the left who are accusing Mar-a-Lago of not being secure enough in connection with classified documents Trump was keeping there. They are also calling the woman a spy.
“It wasn’t just dropping the family name. She talked about vineyards and family estates and growing up in Monaco,” recalled one member named John LeFevre. “It was a near-perfect ruse and she played the part.”
He also noted that “everyone was eating it up” and Mar-a-Lago members “fawned all over her and because of the Rothschild mystique, they never probed and instead tiptoed around her with kid gloves.”
According to the Post-Gazette, Yashchyshyn’s various IDs include passports from the U.S. and Canada, along with a Florida driver’s license, with the Rothschild name on it, as well as Ukrainian and Russian passports where she goes by Inna Yashchyshyn and Anna Anisimova. She claims they were fabricated by her former business partner, 44-year-old Valeriy Tarasenko.
Dean Lawrence, a Florida-based music creative director, eventually let others know at Mar-a-Lago that Yaschyshyn was a fraud.
“I want to clear something up with you. I want you to know that she has nothing to do with the Rothschilds. Don’t get involved in any kind of business with her,” he told members.
He also told the Post-Gazette that he informed Trump campaign donor Richard Kofoed and Trump campaign official Caroline Wren about the woman’s fake identity.
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