Prosecutors drop prostitution charges against Patriots owner Robert Kraft

September 24, 2020, 6:27 pm

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft won’t be facing trial on charges that he paid for sex on consecutive days at a Jupiter, Florida, massage parlor. According to court papers filed on Thursday, Florida prosecutors are dropping the prostitution charges against Kraft.

The decision comes after a court blocked the prosecution from using a video that allegedly shows Kraft soliciting a woman for sex at the Orchids of Asia spa in January 2019. Police had secretly installed the cameras, which the court ruled was violation of his and other customers’ right to privacy. Prosecutors said they would not appeal the decision, which likely left them with essentially no evidence against Kraft.

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  1. I’m sure many have been watching this story that has developed in newspapers and also via this internet. So who is prostituting who or prosecuting who today when many are caught in a internet type prostitution. Should one go back to the days of smile your on candida camera or who is giving the sign to come on down in this carnal effort to disadvantage another.
    Doesn’t all or much of this order type ordeal speak volumes in the halls of true Justice as well as biblical justice or who is the chief sinner today on the court bench or the courts of true Justice.

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