BUSTED: Patriots Owner Caught Off Sides in Massage Parlor

Bob Kraft, owner of the NE Patriots was caught on video soliciting sex in an Asian prostitution sting. The police threw the flag for illegal use of the hands and other assorted parts.

The have issued a warrant for his arrest and they plan on mailing it to his home and then arrange a date when he can surrender and have bail set. Kraft has been charged with two counts of soliciting for prostitution. The police claim they have him on video.

He was busted in a sting set up by police in order to shut down the Asian spas and massage parlors using that front for prostitution.

From The Gateway Pundit

Patriots owner Bob Kraft was charged Friday on two counts of soliciting prostitution as part of a larger bust on Asian spas/massage parlors in Florida.

According to Jupiter Police Chief Daniel Kerr, a warrant for Bob Kraft’s arrest is currently at the state’s attorney’s office and will be sent to Mr. Kraft’s home in Massachusetts.

In all, 25 people were charged for soliciting prostitution at the Orchids of Asia spa in Jupiter — a not so happy ending.

A detective said that the acts committed by Kraft and the others were caught on video. Kerr said that Kraft was the only high-profile person facing charges after a months-long investigation.

Kerr said a warrant for Kraft’s arrest will be issued.

And make no mistake, this is all about Trump because everything is about Trump.

Kraft often visits Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., which is approximately 20 miles from Jupiter. He has frequently praised Trump, saying that the president helped him through his “toughest time,” the death of his wife Myra Kraft in 2011.

Trump reportedly prioritized a key issue for the NFL in trade negotiations with Canada at Kraft’s request last year.

Trump asked Canadian officials to renew a rule that requires Canadian advertisements to be broadcast in Canada during broadcasts of the Super Bowl, regardless of whether the game feed is on a Canadian or American broadcast, the Los Angeles Times reported.

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