By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has been formally charged with two counts of soliciting a prostitute on Monday. The Jupiter Police Department released details days earlier on Friday that Kraft was among those charged in the case.
He was charged with two counts of first degree soliciting a prostitute. He is the only one of the 25 men charged with two counts, while every other individual is charged with one count.
Kraft — who has a residence in Florida — went to the Orchids of Asia day spa on Jan. 19 and again on Jan. 20, the authorities said. The authorities released that he paid for a threesome on Jan. 19.
Two women were then asked to “manipulating his [blank.]” He reportedly gave them each $100 for the pleasure.
On Jan. 20., the morning of the AFC Championship game in Kansas City, Missouri against the Kansas City Chiefs, went to the spa again at 11:02 am. The authorities described the second incident as “[employee] escorting Kraft to a room identified as JPPD Cam 2. There, the two hugged each other and Kraft took off all of his clothing, laid face up on the massage table and [employee] hugged him again.
“At approx. 1102hrs, [Employee] began manipulating Kraft’s [blank] and [blank] and then put her head down by his [blank]. This went on several minutes,” the authorities allege.
“After a few minutes, [employee] wiped Kraft in the area of his [blank] with a white towel, helping him get dressed and hugged him again. Kraft gave [employee] one $100 bill plus at least one other unidentifiable bill.”
He was there reportedly 14 minutes on Jan. 20. Once he was done, he left in a 2015 blue Bentley that was waiting for him to leave the facility.
The authorities say that Kraft was wearing a ‘dark long-sleeved shirt, blue baseball cap, and blue shorts’ on Jan. 20.
If he is convicted of this, he is facing one-year in jail, 100 hours of community service, and a class teaching him about the ‘dangers of prostitution and human trafficking.’
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