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by Janelle Griffith
The New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has asked for prostitution to plead guilty to the Florida massage salon, which claims the court documents document.
Kraft, at the age of 77, was asked to pay two prostitutes this week because he was allegedly paid with his Florida Day of the Day of the Orchids of his Jupiter Day of Orchids, he said on a two-month basis for sexual activity, the prosecutor said.
He was charged with the charges in the Court of the Court of the Palm Beach County (Florida) court, court presentation speeches.
His spokeswoman, Jack Goldberger, demanded a trial of a billion-dollar, shows the court documents.
Kraft was arrested on Friday after a January 19 act of paying a sex act on Friday morning, according to the court that won the AFC Championship sent by the Patriots to the Super Bowl. documents
Kraft researchers watched a video surveillance with a two-day spa staff.
The NFL team was strong at least 25 prostitutes arrested at Asia Day Spa Orchids, one of the long-term investigations by the authorities in human trafficking. The police said.
Kraft is not supposed to participate in human trafficking, and has refused to participate in illegal activities.
"Mr. Kraft has been denouncing any illegal activity," said Kraft's spokesman. "Because it is a legal matter, we will no longer comment."
In an NFL statement Monday, owners and players will be subject to the personal behavior policy of the players.
"We will handle this allegation in the same way, when we are able to tackle any problem under our policy. We are looking for full understanding of all acts and, at the same time, investigations against continuous enforcement do not interfere." "We will take appropriate actions based on events".
Kraft has been imprisoned for one year in prison, plus a fine of $ 5,000, a 100-hour community service, and compulsory health care for a class of prostitution and human trafficking.
Kraft will be on March 27, according to CNBC.