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Report: ‘Absolutely no way’ Robert Kraft will take plea deal

Touchdown Wire logo Touchdown Wire 3/20/2019 Barry Werner
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Robert Kraft is not interested in cutting a deal to avoid trial on the two misdemeanors he faces for allegedly trading cash for sexual favors at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Fla, the New York Post reported Tuesday. The incidents took place on Jan. 18 and Jan. 22 - shortly before his New England Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl.

The paper quoted a source saying there's "absolutely no way" the 77-year-old Kraft will accept the offer in his prostitution-solicitation case.

The state's attorney is offering to drop the charges if Kraft would be willing to admit he would have been found guilty of soliciting a prostitute at a trial. The offer has been made to 24 other men in the sting that saw about 300 people arrested.

Kraft has pleaded not guilty.

"This is a standard first-time offender plea offer," Palm Beach County State Attorney's Office spokesman Mike Edmondson said.

No one has accepted the offer. If anyone did, it would mean they would have to also submit to an STD test, take a class on the dangers of prostitution, complete 100 hours of community service and pay $10,000 in court fees.

"One-hundred percent no way he's taking the deal," a source told Page Six of Kraft.


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