Patriots owner Robert Kraft is caught in the middle of a huge scandal, and his legal team is now facing a different sort of pressure. The whole case turned into a profanity-laced stage, and one particular prosecutor was really frustrated with how the case goes. He was actually pissed off at Kraft’s lawyer.
is on fire, and the hearing was really heated. Kraft’s lawyer, Alex Spiro, was
all over Jupiter PD detective, and an Assistant State Attorney Elizabeth Neto got
really annoyed. She stood up and expressed her disapproval of the line of
questioning. It’s strange how things ended up with a swear word.
intervened and allowed Spiro to proceed with his questions, the prosecutor
whispered, “What an a**hole.”
really know if anyone else heard it, but TMZ picked it up on a microphone. No
one reacted, of course. Well, it wasn’t a loud remark.
The Patriots owner has already
apologized for the scandal. The Patriots nation supports him, and Kraft is
hoping to get out of the scandal without any damage. His reputation is already
affected, and the NFL will conduct an investigation to determine whether Kraft
“I am truly sorry,” Kraft said in his statement. “I know I have hurt and
disappointed my family, my close friends, my co-workers, our fans and many
others who rightfully hold me to a higher standard. The last thing I would ever
want to do is disrespect another human being. I have extraordinary respect for
women; my morals and my soul were shaped by the most wonderful woman, the love
of my life, who I was blessed to have as my partner for 50 years.”
However, not everyone supports Kraft, and some people used the opportunity to humiliate him and his power. D.L. Hughley is one of those people.
think the NFL is hypocritical,” he
said. “I do. I think that they didn’t want Colin Kaepernick to
have a job in the NFL because he took a knee. Robert Kraft was one of the main
detractors. He didn’t want him to get a job. He got busted in a prostitution
ring. So, apparently, to the NFL … a black man on one knee is too much, but a
hooker or two is alright. So, the NFL has a problem with the number of knees
you take. So I think we should see. And I think they get a chance to see how
hypocritical they are.”