Paris is for lovers – and Patriots.
Robert Kraft, 78, was spotted enjoying a little tennis and the company of a much younger woman earlier this month during a trip to the City of Lights.
The mystery blonde is New York City doctor Dana Blumberg, 45, who has been see with Kraft multiple times in the past, inducing at a 2017 event for the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
That event took place around he same time that Monarch, the daughter of Kraft’s 39-year-old girlfriend Ricki Lander, was born.
Blumberg was seen holding hands with the billionaire and petting his thigh while they watched the French Open final between Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem alongside Discovery Channel CEO David Zaslav and Woody Harrelson.
She was also spotted in two different looks, wearing a ruched floral top at one point during the match and later a black sweater.
Sacre blonde: Robert Kraft was spotted with Dana Blumberg (above), a New York City doctor, in Paris earlier this month at the French Open final
Belle de doctore: Blumberg and Kraft put on a very public display of affection, and were seen holding hands while leaning in to talk to one another (above)
La vie en noir y blanc: Days later, Ricki Lander was seen in Paris with her daughter Monarch and no sign of Kraft, who flew back to the United States after the tennis final (above)
Three’s company: Lander and Kraft were last spotted together earlier this year in Atlanta when the Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl (Lander and Kraft with Bill Belichick’s girlfriend Linda Holliday)
It was a quick jaunt to Paris however for Kraft, with flight records obtained by DailyMail.com showing that he touched down in France on the evening of June 7 and was back in the air and headed home just 48 hours later.
Three days later, his girlfriend of seven years also popped up in Paris.
Lander arrived in Paris with her daughter Monarch, posting images of the two on her Instagram that showed no sign of Kraft.
Kraft continued his globetrotting stateside, with the Patriots owner free to move about without the worry of any court appearances after his lawyers managed to successfully dismantle the sex spa case hanging over his head.
He then headed back across the Atlantic this week, and on Thursday received the Genesis Award in Israel.
‘They lost every motion and all of their evidence. They conceded they cannot move forward,’ Alex Spiro told DailyMail.com.
‘They have waived the white flag.’
Kraft already looked to be celebrating the weekend prior to this development when he was spotted at the 2019 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Awards in Boston.
Prosecutors in the case ultimately admitted that police did in fact break federal law when they filmed individuals at Orchids of Asia who were not the recipients of any sex acts and instead just at the location to get a massage.
It was also revealed at that same hearing that 10 individuals who appeared to be soliciting prostitution were not charged after authorities determined the footage of the men was inconclusive.
There was no explanation however for the multiple women who visited the Orchids of Asia Day Spa back in January who were being watched by members of law enforcement.
Judge Hanser, the Palm Beach County magistrate who is overseeing the Kraft case, had taken issue with the fact that there were female clients caught on film.
Familiar face: Blumberg and Kraft were previously seen together in 2017 (above) at an event for the Elton John AIDs Foundation, right around the time Monarch was born
Lading Lander: Kraft has been with Lander for seven years (left at the 2018 Met Ball) and first went public with their relationship at Allen & Co in 2012 (right)
Bros: Kraft and Blumber watched the French Open final between Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem alongside Discovery Channel CEO David Zaslav and Woody Harrelson
It did not stop there either according to Judge Hanser, who wrote that ‘more than one woman had a significant portion of her spa time viewed… and the entirety of her spa time recorded and placed in Jupiter Police Department record.’
This was problematic for a number of reasons, he went on to state, with the most glaring being the fact that ‘the search warrant did not allege that women were seeking illegal contact.’
In the order announcing that evidence obtained from hidden cameras and a traffic stop of Kraft would not be permissible at trial, Judge Hanser also detailed the flaws in the warrant obtained by the Jupiter Police Department to conduct their sting operation.
‘The fact that some totally innocent women and men had their entire lawful time spent in a massage room fully recorded and viewed intermittently by a detective-monitor is unacceptable and results from the lack of sufficient pre-monitoring written guidelines,’ said Judge Hanser.
The number of women is not known at this time.
A lawsuit was previously filed by a male client however who claimed he was at the spa while the sting was being conducted by Jupiter police.
A complaint filed in federal court y by attorneys Edward Mullins of Reed Smith and Joe Tacopania of The Law Offices of Tacopina & Seigel on behalf of a John Doe, accuses authorities of violating Doe’s Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure, Fourteenth Amendment right to procedural due process, and constitutional right to privacy.
Doe states that he was visiting the spa on January 19 for a massage that did not include any manual or oral sex act from a spa employee.
The filing, which was submitted in the United states District Court for the Southern District of Florida, goes on to state that Doe had a reasonable expectation of privacy as he undressed inside the spa and then received a massage while in the nude.
He is now seeking monetary, punitive and exemplary damages while demanding that no copy of any of the tapes showing men inside the spa be released to the press or public.
Doe also wants those tapes, and any copies, destroyed for good.