Last Friday, the internet erupted at a Vesuvian level after police in Florida revealed New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft had been implicated in a prostitution sting at a spa in Jupiter—just one of a few big names who were caught up in the sweep.
People had plenty of jokes—and even chances to earn some cash— after the news broke but it soon became clear the charges were no laughing matter after we learned more information about the conditions at the massage parlor where the bust took place, and while there’s no telling if Kraft was aware of the conditions, it still wasn’t the best look.
The investigation is still on-going but we’ve already uncovered some pretty scandalous details about the nature of Kraft’s alleged crimes, which reportedly involved some hand and mouth stuff that is severely frowned upon under the law.
On Monday, the NFL announced it was opening its own inquiry into the saga that delighted Patriots haters around the globe shortly before police released an affidavit after formally charging Kraft with two counts of solicitation, which could theoretically put him in jail for a year.
The arrest report was an eye-opening one, and based on the timeline it established, Kraft—who has denied the allegations— appears to have visited the spa on the morning of this year’s AFC Championship Game. However, there was one takeaway I didn’t realize I missed yesterday.
According to Deadspin, Kraft was identified twice in the indictment—once as “Male 8” and another as “Male 13″—and if the police reports are to be believed, the Pats owner patronized the parlor two times in under 24 hours.
I can certainly appreciate a good massage but I don’t think I’ve ever been in a position where I needed two of them in the same day. Kraft certainly isn’t making his legal team’s job any easier.