Robert Kraft is not the biggest name busted in Florida prostitution case
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was arrested during a multi-city sex trafficking sting in Florida. The 77-year-old prominent businessman was among 25 people arrested after a months long investigation into possible human trafficking in Orlando, Jupiter, and Palm Beach, Florida.
But Kraft isn’t the biggest name swept up in the sex trafficking bust.
Adam Schefter said on ESPN that someone bigger than Kraft is involved in the sex trafficking sting at Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter.
“I’m also told that Robert Kraft is not the biggest name involved down there in South Florida,” Schefter said.
Kraft, pictured with rapper Meek Mill, is accused of visiting the massage parlor on two occasions to solicit “happy endings” with his back rubs.
Jupiter is a moneyed oceanside enclave of millionaires and billionaires in South Florida. The massage parlor is located in a nondescript shopping center in Jupiter, not far from President Trump’s National Golf Club.
Trump commented on the shocking bust on Friday. “It’s very sad. I was very surprised to see it,” he said. “He’s proclaimed his innocence, totally, but I am very surprised to see it.”
Rumors are running rampant as many say only someone in a position of power could keep his name out of the news.
Other bold names with residences in Jupiter include NBA legend Michael Jordan and golf pro Tiger Woods.
Mr. Kraft purchased the Patriots 25 years ago. He celebrated the Patriots’ Super Bowl win on February 05, 2019 in Boston. He has a net worth of $6.6 billion.