Navy SEALs withdraw honor to Robert Kraft after prostitution scandal

Robert Kraft was MIA from a Navy SEALs gala — after he was taken off the bill as an honoree.

The embattled billionaire, who has been charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution, was originally on the invites for the Navy SEAL Foundation’s benefit dinner in Times Square Thursday.

He was due to be honored with the prestigious Patriot Award, sources told Page Six.

But days after his arrest, his name was taken off the foundation’s website.

Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis filled in for New England Patriots owner Kraft, who denied all charges against him.

A source told us: “Obviously, Bob was taken off the bill.

The Navy SEALs are the ones who are trying to prevent female trafficking. Jim gave a great speech — with no mention of Bob.”

Former Marine and recent Oscar nominee Adam Driver was there with his wife, Joanne Tucker, and John Krasinski — who was not there — donated $100,000 to the foundation.

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