Bob Kraft drops his FIRST statement since massage spa arrest!



Patriots owner Bob Kraft released a statement about his arrest over his involvement in the Orchids of Asia massage parlor:

Robert Kraft, the New England Patriots owner facing charges after being arrested in a prostitution sting connected to spas in Florida, issued a statement of apology on Saturday while saying he expects to be judged for his actions.

“I am truly sorry. I know I have hurt and disappointed my family, my close friends, my co-workers, our fans and many others who rightfully hold me to a higher standard,” he said. “Last thing I would ever want to do is disrespect another human being. I have extraordinary respect for women; my morals and my soul were shaped by the most wonderful woman, the love of my life, who I was blessed to have as my partner for 50 years.”

“As I move forward, I hope to continue to use the platform with which I have been blessed to help others and to try to make a difference. I expect to be judged not by my words, but by my actions. And through these actions, I hope to regain your confidence and respect.”

Interesting. It definitely sounds like he was caught doing something naughty and the cops say they have video, of which he’s trying to fight the release. Patriots fans are saying he’s absolutely 100% innocent and that the NFL framed him!!! Makes total sense.

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29 thoughts on “Bob Kraft drops his FIRST statement since massage spa arrest!

  1. Last thing I would ever want to do is disrespect another human being. I have extraordinary respect for women

    “Especially the professionals who work in the massage industry with their soft delicate hands and their magical touch that relieves all pressures.”

  2. Not sure why this is a big deal. He paid a hooker … so what? Arrest the ones who run the joint. Not the guy who goes there to have a good time. No underage stuff was in play. Give the guy a break.

    If you have to hate him for owning the Patriots, I’m in full agreement. Lol.

    1. Lets be clear jealousy is secondary to the Trump connection. It should have been an appearance before a magistrate , pay a fine and call it a day. Next case

  3. I know it’s just me, because I am not one of the cool ones, but can we stop adopting the cool kids expression now that reports, charges, statements have been “dropped. The left loves that cool kid expression. The reports, statements, lawsuits have been released. There was much confusion here a few days ago when it was claimed in an article title that the Covington Kids lawyers “dropped” a lawsuit. Again, just my opinion, but it’s yucky.

    1. It actually happened a few days prior to the article you’re mentioning, so the word ‘drop’ in TRS headlines has lead to confusion 2 out of the 3 times it’s been used over the last two or so weeks, because the meanings are near antonyms.

      1. I’m not trying to be the speech police here, but it is a pet peeve of mine when I see some on the right using the same lazy language as the left, as though they are so cool. It certainly isn’t a synonym of released, so why use it.

        1. Right, TheBlaze was going overboard with this a fews years ago, and regular visitors weren’t impressed.

  4. They have conclusive video evidence of Kraft caught in a compromising incident, yet Patriots fans are saying he’s 100% innocent. :facepalmd:

    I read a lengthy article on this incident. Kraft being at the Orchids of Asia Spa on that day and then getting busted was not a coincidence. The police had been conducting an investigation into the nefarious activities going on in that Spa for the previous year and a half. Busting Kraft gave the police the high profile name they needed to make this story go viral across the nation. According to the reporter, Kraft is just one of a long list of high profile names that the police have incriminating evidence on.

  5. I guess this means the video is about to come out? Please God no. I think I’d rather just sign off the internet for the next 15 years or so rather than see what else Satan and his friends twitter and facebook and the MSM will want to push at me.

  6. I think I’d just go with the Austin Powers defense: “Yeah, baby. I shagged her rotten.”

    Liberals would all have to applaud, according to their so-called morals. The right would be split over it. So just apologize for breaking the law, pay your fine, do your time, quietly work it out with your family, and leave the rest up to your pastor and God.

  7. He did not mention the lady he has been dating for nearly 10 years,did she cause his relapse.I don’t see those two sleeping together for a couple of weeks

      1. Great information,can you imagine someone in his position receiving penicillin and trying to explain that away

  8. Lol, I don’t know any Pats fans that think he is innocent. Fans are mostly wondering how long he will be prohibited from attending games and speculating about his son taking over the team.

    Overall, it’s a sad situation.

  9. He cares so much for women he paid to be pleasured by what I figured were probably sex slaves. I say that because they never left the building and that’s the only thing that makes sense. I haven’t heard any updates on that.

      1. @thomas-aquinas Yeah, it’s just my mind trying to make sense of something that doesn’t make sense. I’d just like to know why they never left the building. Maybe it was bad information too.

      2. No verifiable evidence anyways. Based on the article I read the day after the bust went down the reporter presented pretty convincing evidence that the young women working there were sex slaves. I’m surprised that there hasn’t been more forthcoming information on the reported list of high profile names associated with the Orchids of Asia Spa.

    1. Last thing I read on it was that human trafficking is really hard to prosecute, so the slave “owners” will likely face light sentences. But it was pure speculation.

      1. @k-bob Human trafficking is hard to prosecute? Wow! That’s pretty discouraging K-Bob. Sad as well. So they haven’t said anything about whether that’s related to this case?

    2. Fortunately, the one thing we do know (not that I really wanted to know anything) is that the ladies he paid were not foreign sex slaves. They were owners in the business, and I believe they were citizens if I recall. They may still have been in the business under some sort of duress, but not technically slaves.

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