Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, faces court in person on charges of promoting prostitution.

Robert Kraft, owner of Super Bowl winner New England Patriots, faces court in person on charges of promoting prostitution. As several US media outlets reported in agreement on Thursday, the hearing was set for March 28. Kraft is among a group of about 200 people accused.

Originally, a lawyer was supposed to represent the 77-year-old during questioning in Palm Beach Gardens/Florida, but a court order requires the personal presence of Kraft. If force fails to comply with the request, an arrest warrant could be issued.

cheap wholesale nfl jerseys,Kraft denies any criminal activity. In the event of a guilty verdict, force appears to face fines and social hours, with a jail term considered unlikely.

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Investigations into the case have already been ongoing for eight months, during which five massage parlours have been monitored. Ten others have already been closed. Kraft allegedly visited one of the salons twice, so videos are said to prove that he paid money for sexual activities.

Kraft had taken over the Patriots in 1994. Since then, the franchise has won six Super Bowls in the U.S. professional football league from near Boston. Most recently, the team around star quarterback Tom Brady had triumphed on February 3 through a 13:3 win over the Los Angeles Rams.