More details emerged on Monday as to what happened inside a day spa when Robert Kraft got nabbed in a widespread prostitution sting in Jupiter, Florida.
It turns out the New England patriots owner was soliciting prostitutes some hours before the AFC Title game between his team and the Kansas City Chiefs.
According to prosecutors, Kraft solicited prostitution at the spa on Friday, Jan. 19 and Saturday, Jan. 20. The latter was the day of the AFC Championship Game, in which the Patriots defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime at Arrowhead Stadium to advance to Super Bowl LIII.
According to Kraft’s probable cause affidavit, which was distributed to reporters on the scene Monday, surveillance cameras captured the 77-year-old entering the spa at 10:59 a.m. ET on Jan. 20, receiving a sex act, paying more than $100 and exiting the building at approximately 11:13 a.m.
Kraft was present in time for the game’s 6:40 p.m. ET kickoff and participated in the Patriots’ postgame trophy celebration.
The two charges against Kraft are first-degree misdemeanors. He is not required to be present at his April 24 court date.