Prosecutors reportedly have offered to dismiss the charges against the New England Patriots owner - and 24 other men ensnared in a widespread prostitution sting that targeted multiple Florida massage parlors - but only if Kraft acknowledges he would have been found guilty had the case gone to trial. With that said, if agreed upon the Patriots owner would still have to face minor consequences for soliciting sex at a day spa in Florida, in addition to the stipulation that he'd have to agree that he'd be found guilty if the case went to trial.
If Kraft accepts the deal, the videotape evidence most likely would be sealed under Florida law, meaning it would never be aired in public.
Prosecutors are now offering to drop the charges against Kraft if he completes an education course about prostitution, agrees to 100 hours of community service, gets screened for sexually transmitted diseases and pays for some court costs, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Kraft denied any illegal activity in a statement through a spokesman immediately following being charged, and has since hired a few high profile lawyers.Читайте также: Exynos 7884-powered Samsung Galaxy A20 launches in Russian Federation
According to the police report, Kraft was at the spa the day before and the morning of New England's 37-31 overtime win against the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game.
If Kraft accepted the deal and charges are dropped, he could still be punished by the National Football League under the personal conduct policy.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft might not be convicted for solicitation of prostitution after all.
Kraft has been issued a summons to appear in court March 27 for his arraignment.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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