BREAKING: Florida prosecutors offer deal to drop charges against Robert Kraft

BY TEAM DML / MARCH 19, 2019 /

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Prosecutors in Florida have reportedly offered to drop charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft if he agrees to a deal that would have him admit he would have been proven guilty had the case gone to trial.

The Wall Street Journal reports that prosecutors have offered a deferred prosecution agreement to Kraft and others charged with soliciting prostitution that would require them to complete an education course about prostitution, complete 100 hours of community service, screen for sexually transmitted diseases and pay a portion of court costs.

The article goes on to state the following:

Additionally, the newspaper reported that Kraft would have to review the case against him and agree that the state would have found him guilty if the case went to trial.

The Journal said it was unclear whether Kraft would accept the offer.

The Wall Street Journal further stated in their report:

Mr. Kraft, whose Patriots won the Super Bowl in February, was one of more than two dozen men charged with solicitation last month in Jupiter as part of a multi-city investigation into multiple South Florida spas. One of those locations was Orchids of Asia Day Spa, which Mr. Kraft allegedly visited and received sex acts. Prosecutors charged him with two counts of soliciting prostitution, acts they say were caught on video surveillance. Mr. Kraft has pleaded not guilty.

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