Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Travis Andersen Globe Staff February 26, 2019 So what’s next for Robert Kraft, the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots who was recently charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution at a Florida spa?Kraft, through a spokesperson, has denied engaging in illegal activity, but local cops say his alleged misdeeds were captured on video. Here’s a primer on what lies ahead for the 77-year-old sports and business icon: The legal front — According to court records, Kraft has an arraignment scheduled at a Florida courthouse on April 24. But he may not have to show up. A West Palm Beach criminal attorney with experience handling similar cases told the Globe that defense lawyers can sometimes secure dismissals without defendants appearing in court. Advertisement If convicted, Kraft faces a maximum one-year jail term on each … [Read more...] about What’s next for Robert Kraft?
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who faces prostitution-related charges in Florida, was reportedly in California Saturday attending parties ahead of the Oscars, according to TMZ and Page Six. TMZ reported that Kraft was spotted leaving a party hosted by television executive Barry Diller Saturday afternoon in Beverly Hills. The news outlet posted a video of Kraft — wearing sunglasses, a vest, a blue shirt, and dark pants — getting into a black Cadillac SUV. In the video, Kraft did not respond to questions before he got into the vehicle. Page Six’s report cited sources that said Kraft attended Diller’s party on Saturday, as well as a Friday night party hosted by billionaire Ronald Perelman. Perelman is a friend of Kraft’s who has donated to The One Fund Boston, which benefited the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. Close … [Read more...] about Robert Kraft reportedly spotted in California at pre-Oscar party
By Amy Chozick and Brooks Barnes Published 7:09 pm PST, Saturday, January 26, 2019 The Paramount Pictures lot, which has 29 sound stages, spans 62 acres. The studio racked up nearly $900 million in losses between 2016 and 2018, and is overdue for improvements; planned upgrades valued at $700 million announced in 2011 haven’t happened. less The Paramount Pictures lot, which has 29 sound stages, spans 62 acres. The studio racked up nearly $900 million in losses between 2016 and 2018, and is overdue for improvements; planned upgrades valued at $700 ... more Photo: Alex Welsh / New York Times Photo: Alex Welsh / New York Times Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 The Paramount Pictures lot, which has 29 sound stages, spans 62 acres. The studio racked up nearly $900 … [Read more...] about Studio is no longer of paramount importance