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Tom Brady appeared to joke about Patriot's owner Robert Kraft's prostitution scandal in a clip from a new Netflix show. The premise of Rudd's show, called "Living With Yourself," is that the struggling character gets special "treatment" at the spa and gets a new attitude toward life which encourages him to work harder and treat his wife better. While the "treatment" in the show is not sexual, Brady's appearance walking out of the spa follows a similar narrative that got his team's owner, Robert Kraft, charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution.
In February, Florida police charged Robert Kraft, the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots, with two counts of soliciting prostitution. Video evidence caught Kraft paying for sexual services at Asia Day Spa in Juniper, Florida, the police told reporters. Read more: Patriots owner Robert Kraft charged with 2 counts of soliciting prostitution.
Police had been conducting a months-long investigation into human trafficking at Florida spas. While investigators were focusing on illegal human trafficking, the prosecutor for Kraft's case conceded there was no evidence to substantiate their suspicions that human trafficking occurred. Rudd has said he thought to use Brady in the show due to his "excellence" as a football player. In the show, Rudd asks Brady how many times he's visited the spa and Brady says six — the number of times he's won a Super Bowl.
He's the epitome of excellence in just about every category. Some fans on Twitter, however, thought the tongue-in-cheek cameo made light of Kraft's prostitution and potential sex trafficking charge. Brady told reporters on Saturday the media took his Netflix cameo out of context, and that he and Kraft have a good relationship. He added he "sympathizes" with what Kraft has gone through in life.
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