Published: Wed, March 20, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Robert Kraft will reject plea deal offer — CNN source

Robert Kraft will reject plea deal offer — CNN source

Kraft, who has denied through a spokesman that he committed a crime, has been charged with two counts of solicitation.

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will reportedly reject the plea deal offered by prosecutors in his prostitution case, CNN reported Wednesday.

The plea offers made by the Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office would require Kraft and the others to admit they likely would be found guilty in the event of a trial, perform 100 hours of community service, pay court costs and attend a class on the dangers of prostitution. This week, Kraft was offered a deal to have all of his charges dropped.

However, a source told the New York Post that there is "one-hundred percent no way" that Kraft accepts such a deal.

Jupiter police have said Kraft was caught on surveillance video on both occasions, January 19 and January 20.

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However, they would have to admit they would have been found guilty had the case gone to trial. The allegations arose after Kraft was allegedly seen on camera soliciting prostitution on two separate occasions. Video footage showed him receiving "paid acts" in a room at the spa and surveillance video shows him being driven to the spa, police Chief Daniel Kerr said last month.

Kraft's arraignment is scheduled for March 28.

But there is no evidence that Kraft dealt with anyone involved in trafficking or who was a victim of trafficking; the women he interacted with had valid driver's licenses and massage therapist licenses.

The plea offer was first reported in the Wall Street Journal.

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