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    Details Emerge of Robert Kraft’s Solicitation Charge

    The New England Patriots owner faces up to a year in prison if convicted of soliciting a prostitute, according to documents made public yesterday. The graphic affidavit alleges the 77-year-old visited a Florida massage parlor — including on the day his team won the AFC Championship — that police say is part of a sex trafficking ring. The NFL released a statement saying its personal conduct policy applies to owners too.

    Has a team owner faced legal trouble before? In 2014, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay was fined $500,000 and suspended for six games after a drug bust.

    Don’t miss OZY’s story about the diversity problem in NFL management.

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