Soliciting prostitution charges against Robert Kraft officially dropped2 min read
The criminal charges for soliciting prostitution in Palm Beach County, Florida against the American billionaire businessman and New England Patriots owner have been fully dropped last 24th September 2020.
Robert Kraft is the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Kraft Group, a diversified holding company with assets in paper and packaging, sports and entertainment, real estate development and a private equity portfolio.
In addition, Robert Kraft is also the owner of the successful New England Patriots football team and has been for decades. He was the owner during the Tom Brady Era that led to him receiving six Super Bowl Rings, more than most other franchises.
However, whenever you become this successful, it is difficult to be also a perfect human being. Two years ago Robert Kraft was charged with soliciting prostitution in the form of numerous spas run by Asian women in Palm Beach, Florida. These Asian woman were sent to America with the promise of secure jobs, but instead were held captive at the spas and sold like sex slaves to people who entered the spa.
According to the investigators, customers were charged sixty dollars for a half hour and eighty dollars for a hour. And, among other costumers, a video recorded the presence of Robert Kraft receiving one of those special massages. Few weeks before Robert Kraft being investigated, the Police simulating a bomb treat, entered the premises of the spa with the intent of implanting micro-cameras to record and collect evidences of the prostitution ring in those spas.
Now as you read this article you may be thinking, “This is old news, it was two years ago”, or “Why are we still talking about this?” Well the answer is, the charges against Robert Kraft were just dropped over the past week.
Kraft was not convicted due to a lack of evidence, although there was a video of him receiving sexual intercourse within one of the spas. This video was ruled out from the judges due to a police error of securing all customers’ privacy, particularly ones that were getting legitimate massages.