Yujing Zhang, the Chinese woman arrested for attempting to enter Mar-a-Lago with a thumb drive infected with malware, told a judge that she worked as an “investor and a consultant for a Shanghai private-equity firm,” The Miami Herald reports. Zhang—who was arrested on Saturday and charged with “lying to a federal officer and entering restricted property”—reportedly told Judge William Matthewman earlier this week that she worked for the firm on a “per project” basis and had enough wealth to own a $1.3 million home and a BMW in China. She also reportedly said, through an interpreter, that she had a U.S. bank account at Wells Fargo with less than $5,000 in it. The newspaper also notes she claimed to have arrived to the U.S. shortly before she was arrested at Mar-a-Lago. While Zhang reportedly requested to communicate with her family back home during her detention, prosecutor John McMillan argued that allowing such communication would pose “security implications” and said Zhang had an “extreme risk of flight.” Judge Matthewman ruled that Zhang should be allowed to make domestic calls, but would remain in detention until her detention hearing on Monday.