Robert Kraft – Florida Prosecutors To Drop Charges in Plea Deal Against Patriots Owner
In Florida, state prosecutors have reportedly offered New England Patriots owner, Robert Kraft along with 24 other men charged, a plea deal in the prostitution sting in Palm Beach on Tuesday.
As previously reported, in February, Kraft was spotted on surveillance video at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in a chauffeured 2015 blue Bentley at 11 a.m. on January 20, 2019. He was spotted on surveillance receiving oral and manual sex from a woman at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa.
If the deal is accepted, according to reports, the NFL owner would have to completed 100 hours of community service along with submitting to a STD test. As far as the video, Kraft, 77, would most likely have the evidence sealed under Florida law.
Florida State attorney, Dave Aronberg, spoke on Kraft’s plea deal. He shared in a tweet that first time offenders are usually given several conditions in Kraft’s case,
“The offer of a deferred prosecution agreement with several conditions to first time offenders is standard in cases like this.”
Kraft is due in court under a 1st-degree misdemeanor solicitation charge in April, according to NFL insiders.
Although, if the billionaire chooses to take a risk in court, he could face up to one-year in jail, 100 hours of community service and including a fine of $5,000.
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