- Robert Kraft will turn down a plea deal offer from prosecutors in the massage-parlor prostitution case, according to CNN.
- The Wall Street Journal on Tuesday reported that prosecutors offered to drop charges against Robert Kraft and others in the case if they admitted they would have been found guilty in a trial.
- Kraft and the others would have also reportedly been required to complete an education course about prostitution and 100 hours of community service, be screened for sexually transmitted diseases, and pay for court costs.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will turn down prosecutors’ plea deal offer in the Florida massage-parlor prostitution scandal, according to Jason Carroll and Kevin Conlon of CNN.
Andrew Beaton of The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday that prosecutors made an offer to Kraft and other defendants charged in the case to have the charges dropped if they admit they would have been found guilty in a trail. The Journal called this provision “unusual.”
Kraft pleaded not guilty to the charges in late February.
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