Robert Kraft, others reportedly get offer for soliciting prostitution charges to be dropped

Ryan Hannable
March 19, 2019 - 1:26 pm

There's a development in the Robert Kraft case where he's been charged with soliciting prostitution at a Jupiter, Florida day spa.

According to the Wall Street Journal (subscription required), Kraft and the other men charged with soliciting prostitution have been offered a deal to have the charges dropped by Florida prosecutors. This would happen if the men were to admit they would be found guilty at a trial.

The report adds the men would need to attend an education course on prostitution, 100 hours of community service, among other things.

Kraft denied any illegal activity in a statement through a spokesman immediately following being charged, and has since hired a few high profile lawyers. 

It is not known if Kraft would consider accepting this deal.

The Patriots owner is scheduled to appear in court on March 28.

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