Since the news broke that Robert Kraft was caught up in a prostitution sting at a day spa in Jupiter, Florida.
We bet Kraft never thought his sexcapades at Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter would land him in headline news and charges.
Now, Patriots owner Robert Kraft charged on two counts of first-degree solicitation following a statement from the NFL team. Read on…
CelebNSports247.com reports that Robert Kraft who was trying to sneak in some sideline activities in Florida got him BUSTED.
The news broke last week on multiple sites about his activities inside that Spa where prostitutes and sex trafficking victims were being held.
On Monday, the NFL decided to release a new statement anyway in regards to this ongoing investigation.
The league statement [via TPS]reads as follows:
Our Personal Conduct Policy applies equally to everyone in the NFL. We will handle this allegation in the same way we would handle any issue under the Policy. We are seeking a full understanding of the facts while ensuring that we do not interfere with an ongoing law enforcement investigation. We will take appropriate action as warranted based on the facts.
Bottom line, the league won’t be moving forward with any disciplinary actions until the criminal justice system concludes its work.
The NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy says this:
Ownership and club or league management have traditionally been held to a higher standard and will be subject to more significant discipline when violations of the Personal Conduct Policy occur.
Fast forward to now, ESPN reports Patriots owner Robert Kraft charged on two counts of first-degree solicitation:
The 77-year-old Kraft, who was also seen soliciting prostitution on video surveillance Jan. 19, was officially charged with two misdemeanor counts of first-degree solicitation, Palm Beach State Attorney Dave Aronberg announced Monday.
A court date has been set for 8:30 a.m. ET on April 24. Kraft will have a “low level” arrest warrant issued in his name — similar to a traffic ticket — and he will not need to appear in court. His attorneys can enter any pleas.