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Bob Kraft flashed his Super Bowl ring when Fla. police stopped him leaving spa, prosecutors say

The officer did not know who Kraft was prior to stopping him, prosecutors wrote.

Robert Kraft Patriots Super Bowl
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft with the Lombardi Trophy following the Patriots’ victory at Super Bowl 53. –Jim Davis / The Boston Globe

Robert K. Kraft flashed one of his Super Bowl rings and asked a Jupiter police officer if he was a fan of the Miami Dolphins when the Patriots owner was stopped by police moments after he allegedly paid two women to perform a sex act on him, according to court records.

“Robert Kraft was very polite and respectful during the whole process . . . [he] asked the [officer] if he was a Dolphins fan,’’ prosecutors wrote. “He then told the officer he was the owner of the Patriots . . . and showed his Super Bowl ring.’’

The officer did not know who Kraft was prior to stopping him, prosecutors wrote.