Florida police say New England Patriot's owner Robert Kraft will be charged with soliciting prostitution after he was caught in a sting. If he is outside the county, Kraft would receive a warrant for his arrest.
Kraft, 77, was identified in a months-long investigation of human trafficking and prostitution at day spas in the Palm Beach area, according to multiple media outlets.
Police say there's video evidence of two incidents involving Kraft, he'll have a warrant put out for a criminal summons for two counts of soliciting prostitution.
Officials said the women accused of running the sex trafficking ring operated out of local spas which touted themselves as massage parlors. Police said that women lived at the spas and worked as prostitutes. The Patriots have won six Super Bowls during that time, most recently Super Bowl LIII earlier this month in Atlanta.
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Kraft is expected to receive a misdemeanor charge, according to NBC10 Boston legal expert Michael Coyne.
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This is a developing story and will be updated with further details, reaction from the National Football League and Kraft as statements are released.