Prosecutors offer to drop charges against Robert Kraft if he admits he would’ve been found guilty

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Florida prosecutors have offered to drop charges against Robert Kraft, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.

The caveat to the deal is that Kraft has to admit he would have been found guilty in court, complete 100 hours of community service, take an education course about prostitution, and get screened for STDs.

It is not clear if Kraft would agree to the deal. He has been denying the charges since they were filed.

Kraft was one of several men charged with soliciting prostitution in Jupiter at Orchids of Asia Day Spa. Police allegedly have Kraft on tape paying and receiving sex acts.

An affidavit stated that Kraft was in the spa on Jan. 19 and 20 of this year. Jan. 20 was the day of the Patriots AFC Championship game victory that helped propel them to their sixth Super Bowl title. 

The NFL has stated that Kraft could still face discipline from the league even if he is not found guilty of a crime.

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