Federal prosecutors sent subpoenas to Mar-a-Lago and a President Trump fundraising committee as part of their and her companies, a report said Wednesday.

The FBI is probing if Yang, the owner of several massage parlors in South Florida, allegedly funneled campaign donations from China to Trump’s re-election campaign, the . Citizens of foreign countries are not allowed to donate to U.S. political campaigns.

As part of her fundraising activities, for Chinese nationals at Mar-a-Lago, some of which were campaign fundraisers that guests needed to buy tickets for.

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The president and Mar-a-Lago are not the target of the investigation, but investigators are seeking records from the club and the fundraising committee as they develop a potential case against Yang, according to the report.

One of the subpoenas orders Mar-a-Lago to turn over all records and communications between Yang and the club from January 2017 to the present, the Herald reported, citing an unnamed official with knowledge of the probe.

The second subpoena seeks campaign-finance records from “Trump Victory,” a political fundraising committee, related to Yang and her associates.