Robert Kraft was at massage parlor day of AFC Championship Game
Robert Kraft has been charged with solicitation of prostitution in a recent sex trafficking sting in Florida, and one of the incidents he is accused of being involved in allegedly occurred on the day of one of the biggest games of the 2018 season for the New England Patriots.
According to one of the documents released by prosecutors, Kraft visited Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Fla., for roughly 15 minutes on the morning of Jan. 20. That was the same day the Patriots took on the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.
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Kraft was at Arrowhead Stadium to watch his Patriots pull off a dramatic overtime win over the Chiefs later that day.
Bob Kraft, hours after he is alleged to have been caught on film soliciting prostitution in a human trafficking sting. pic.twitter.com/XqD0EMfSFy
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Kraft is one of 25 men who were charged in the sting. Investigators say he was captured on camera visiting the massage parlor on Jan. 19 and 20. The 77-year-old has vehemently denied engaging in any illegal activity, but he could face a suspension and/or fine from the NFL regardless of how the legal process plays out.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter has reported that Kraft’s name is not the biggest involved in the prostitution sting, but Palm Beach State Attorney Dave Aronberg said Monday that he is unaware of anyone else who was involved aside from the 25 men who have been charged.