Patriots owner Robert Kraft offered deferred prosecution on Florida prostitution charges

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has a March 28 court date in Palm Beach County Fla. related to his solicitation of prostitution charges

Robert Kraft ‘Absolutely’ Will Not Accept Offer To Drop Charges, Per Reports

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft will not accept a plea deal in his case for allegedly soliciting prostitution, according to CNN.

That news comes after a source told CNN on Wednesday that Kraft will reject a conditional plea deal offered by Florida prosecutors to settle the case.

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The deal would require Kraft to admit he'd be proven guilty in court for soliciting prostitution at a day spa that's tied to an worldwide human trafficking ring.

Kraft pled not guilty to the charges, which stem from a widespread prostitution sting that targeted multiple Florida massage parlors, and denied involvement in "any illegal activity" through a spokesperson. While agreeing to admit guilt would ensure that the Patriots owner would not face any jail time, the Post reported that it would also "certainly mean he'd also face some kind of discipline from the NFL" under the league's personal conduct policy. No one has accepted the deal as of Tuesday evening.

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Jupiter police have said Kraft was caught on surveillance video on both occasions, January 19 and January 20. "Kraft strongly insists he didn't do anything wrong, and he isn't going to take a deal that indicates he did". Kraft's attorney Jack Goldberger did not immediately return a call seeking comment.

Police claim to have video evidence of him exchanging money for sexual services. He fined them $250,000, and coach Bill Belichick $500,000, for spying on an opponent's defensive signals in 2007.

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News of the charges being dropped came the same day that a coalition of sexual exploitation and sex trafficking survivor networks wrote a letter calling on Goodell to investigate criminal charges against Kraft and if found to be true to strip him of ownership of the Super Bowl champions franchise, according to a letter released by the coalition on Tuesday.

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