New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft faces misdemeanor charges of soliciting prostitution in Florida. Kraft was charged Friday on two counts of solicitation, police said. A law enforcement source told Yahoo Sports that video evidence prompted the charges against Kraft. Kraft engaged in any illegal activity.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft charged with soliciting sex at Florida spa
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According to Schefter, another names to be revealed, in addition to the 25 people already named in the police report with up to names in total involved in the investigation. As reported earlier , Robert Kraft was charged with soliciting a prostitute. He has categorically denied those charges and say they are untrue. Sure enough, shortly after the Kraft news broke, Bloomberg reported that Wall Street legend John Childs, whose name was not on the list released by Jupiter police, was also charged with solicitation of prostitution. John Childs Childs, who of course is the founder of the iconic private equity firm J. Childs Associates, was among people that were charged by the Vero Beach Police Department in Florida as part of the multijurisdiction criminal investigation, according to the police website.
How Jupiter detectives gathered evidence in prostitution sting
According to police documents obtained by TMZ Sports, officials were able to get a covert surveillance camera inside the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida to record illicit activity. Cops list a variety of sex acts performed on 26 men who entered the business -- one of whom cops say is Robert Kraft. Kraft is not identified by name in the police documents. The police documents describe the surveillance video in graphic detail -- noting a pattern of behavior from the alleged Johns. The men would enter the spa and pay up front some used cash, others used credit cards before being escorted back into a private massage room.
Huge Florida sex trafficking sting results in nearly 50 arrests and warrants, with more still coming Authorities make major bust of Florida sex trafficking ring February 22, at Now nearly 50 of them are in police custody, and five spas have been raided. Investigators in Indian River County announced the arrests of dozens of men Thursday, as they busted an ongoing sex and human trafficking organization hidden in plain sight.