Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Accused Of Soliciting Prostitution

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JUPITER, FL. – Robert Kraft, the owner of the New England Patriots, was charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting of prostitution at a spa in Florida on Friday.  

The spa where Kraft was arrested is connected to a human-trafficking ring which had been investigated for months, according to CBS Miami.

Over the course of the sting, Kraft is one of 25 suspects on the “Johns” list.

Since becoming the owner of the Patriots in 1994, the team have played in 10 Super Bowls, was victorious in six of them, as well as two in the last three years.

Kraft has not been arrested and denies being involved in the alleged crimes.

Further details have yet to be released.

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