Robert Kraft allegedly paid for sex act on morning of AFC Championship game between New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs

PHOTO: President Donald Trump and New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Joshua Roberts/Reuters

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft today got a court date stemming from multiple prostitution charges.

Robert Kraft, who is 77, allegedly paid for a sex act in Florida on the morning of the AFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs.

Authorities issued an arrest warrant against Kraft as part of a prostitution sting in Florida.

Palm Beach state's attorney Dave Aronberg announced the charges at a press conference Monday.

"These cases aren't about any one defendant or any group of defendants," Aronberg told reporters.

"Many prostitutes are themselves victims, often lured into this country with promise of better life, only to be forced to work in a brothel performing sex acts for strangers."

Kraft faces two first-degree misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution at 'Orchids of Asia Day Spa,' located in a Jupiter, Florida strip mall.

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According to police, there is video evidence of Kraft engaging in sexual activity during two separate visits to the spa.

Kraft's scheduled court date is April 24, but he is not required to appear – his lawyer can appear on his behalf.