The New England Patriot’s owner Robert Kraft is wanted by Florida police after his part in a month long prostitution, human trafficking sting operation. There is video evidence of the two alleged incidents involving Kraft.
Cops say 77-year-old Kraft will be charged with soliciting another to commit prostitution.
Officials say Kraft is accused of soliciting a prostitute on at least 2 separate occasions roughly “a month ago.”
Cops say they have obtained evidence from body cam video and surveillance that has been conducted over the last several months.
Officials say Kraft was driven to the spa by a chauffeur.
The average cost per visit for services is $59 or $79 per hour, according to police.
Kraft will be charged with a misdemeanor and will have to appear in court.
Multiple law enforcement agencies were involved in the operation — including Homeland Security, the IRS, the Jupiter P.D., Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office and more.
Officials say the women accused of running the sex trafficking ring operated out of local spas which touted themselves as massage parlors.
The investigation took roughly 8 months and officials say they’ve identified more than 100 men suspected of being “Johns.”