Robert Kraft allegedly solicited prostitution on morning of AFC title game, surveillance documents released
While the New England Patriots were busy preparing for this year’s AFC title game in Kansas City on Jan. 20, owner Robert Kraft was allegedly at the Orchids of Asia massage parlor soliciting prostitution.
Per a report from ESPN’s Michelle Steele, and further confirmed by a probable cause affidavit from the Palm Beach State Attorney, Kraft was allegedly captured on camera at the parlor around 11 a.m.
News broke of Kraft’s alleged involvement in the case last week, and on Monday, more details were released:
Jan 20th was the day of the AFC championship, the alleged visit occurred at 10:59 am, per surveillance. https://t.co/bUmmAIgBCZ
— Michele Steele (@ESPNMichele) February 25, 2019
And here’s a document describing the surveillance that was done that ended up catching Kraft in the act:
— Danielle Waugh (@DanielleWaughTV) February 25, 2019
Kraft made his way to Kansas City for his team’s game that night, watching the Pats advance to the Super Bowl, which they eventually won.
What comes next in this case will be interesting to see, but for now, this isn’t a good look for Kraft.