Patriots owner Kraft formally charged in Florida prostitution sting

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New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been charged for allegedly visiting a Florida massage parlor for sex acts. How will the NFL punish you ABC's affairs has the latest just hours after returning from the Oscars on a private plane? New England Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady and team owner Robert Kraft sharing and embrace Brady is standing by his embattled boss who was served a summons on Monday. And is now facing two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution at a day spa. It's all part of a month long investigation into a human trafficking sting in Jupiter, Florida. I can assure you that our office treats everyone the same. Whether you have a lot of money for indigent. This is not about lonely old man or victimless crimes. This is about enabling. A network of criminals to traffic women into our country for forced labor and sex. According to court documents obtained by ABC news craft was videotaped entering the orchids of Asia day spa at four forty five pm on January nineteenth and returning. The next morning around eleven o'clock allegedly pain women, I sex acts with them during both visit that were caught on camera, then he boarded a plane to Kansas City to watch. His patriots win the AFC championship game later that night and celebrate their victory before heading to his tenth Super Bowl. The NFL tells ABC news it's personal conduct policy. Applies equally to everyone in the NFL. We are seeking a full understanding of the facts while ensuring that we do not interfere with an ongoing law enforcement investigation. Crafts spokesperson maintains his client is innocent telling ABC news, we categorically denied that. Mr. craft engaged in any illegal activity now jail time is. Very unlikely still looking at a fine as well as community service, but an NFL punishment is feasible their personal conduct policy points out owners are held to a higher standard than players and face more significant disciplinary back in two thousand fourteen they suspended and find the colts owner Jim Irsay six for DUI, but they're going to let the legal process play

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