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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Tom Brady denies taking shot at Robert Kraft with Netflix scene, rips media

Tom Brady insists he did not intend to take a shot at New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft when he made a shocking cameo in a Netflix series that was recently released.

While speaking with reporters on Saturday, Brady claimed he was unaware that his cameo in Paul Rudd’s comedy series “Living With Yourself” would end up being a reference to Kraft’s solicitation of prostitution charge. He also took aim at the media for their “blame and shame” culture.

The scene, which has officially gone viral, features Rudd’s character pulling up to a seedy strip mall day spa and debating whether or not he wants to go inside, at which point Brady comes out looking refreshed. The establishment looks awfully similar to the one Kraft was busted at in Jupiter, Fla., but Brady says he did not know that going in.

Brady agreed to shoot the scene before Kraft’s legal trouble, and the creator and writer of the show says he was shocked the six-time Super Bowl champion still agreed to go through with it. That would seem to indicate Brady knew from the start that he would be shown coming out of a day spa, but he’s claiming that was not the case.



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