Officials Release Graphic Details in Robert Kraft Prostitution Case

Feb 25, 2019  •  Post A Comment

Authorities in Jupiter, Fla., provided details on a prostitution case involving New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, with TMZ reporting that Kraft allegedly paid for a threesome on a Jan. 19 visit to a massage parlor.

Officials provided accounts of two alleged visits by Kraft to the massage parlor, on Jan. 19 and Jan. 20 — the latter taking place the same day the Patriots played the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game. Kraft reportedly flew to Kansas City later in the day to watch his team beat the Chiefs.

“Officials say Kraft was only at the Asian massage parlor for a total of 14 minutes on January 20 — and exited to a waiting 2015 blue Bentley,” TMZ reports.

“Palm Beach State Attorney Dave Aronberg says Kraft is facing up to 1 year in jail if convicted on the 1st degree misdemeanor charge of soliciting another to commit prostitution,” TMZ adds. “A maximum sentence includes … up to [one year in jail], 100 hours of community service and completion of a class on the dangers of prostitution and human trafficking.”

Investigators have said they gathered surveillance video footage from inside the massage parlor as part of a large-scale sting operation, as we reported previously.

Click on the link above to TMZ to read details about Kraft’s alleged visits to the massage parlor.

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