Charges could be filed against Kraft as early as Monday, Michael B. Edmondson, a spokesman for State Attorney Dave Aronberg, told The Boston Globe on Sunday. He went through a similar process as his second alleged offense, then got pulled over as part of a traffic stop by local police, who positively identified Kraft through his driver's license.
Kraft denied the allegations through a spokesperson on February 22. He also said all of the cases will be handled in the same way.
Police say Kraft will receive a notice in the mail if he lives in Palm Beach County.
"Defendants in these matters come from every socio-economic group".
The following day, Kraft had returned to Orchids of Asia Day Spa and was videotaped receiving oral and manual sex from a woman inside that spa.
Kraft, 77, was one of 25 men charged after an investigation into prostitution and human-trafficking that began in October. A detective said the acts were captured on surveillance video.
In a statement Friday, when the nature of the charges were first announced, a spokesperson for Kraft said they "categorically deny that Mr. Kraft engaged in any illegal activity". "We are seeking judicial intervention to determine what evidence is permitted to be released and to whom it should be released to".
Asked to comment on Kraft's suspected involvement, he said, "We are as deeply stunned as anyone else". The postings detailed visits involving Asian females providing sexual acts, as well as massage/body rubs in exchange for payment, ' Sharp wrote. Also on the list is Citigroup's former president and chief operation officer John Havens.
During the January 19 incident, the women entered the room at 4:49 p.m. and began massaging Kraft, who was facedown until he turned over at 5:12 p.m., when the lights went out, court papers say. He acquired the franchise in 1994. Police also conducted traffic stops on customers leaving the business, who confirmed they had not patronized the day spa for its advertised services, the affidavit said.
"We will handle this allegation in the same way we would handle any issue under our policy", read the league statement.