Robert Kraft Gets Happy Ending as Florida Prosecutors Offer to Drop Sex Sting Charges
Robert Kraft will escape an embarrassing trial if he will admit that he is guilty of obtaining sexual services at a Florida massage parlor. | Source: AP Photo / Mark Humphrey
Robert Kraft, the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots, could finally get a happy ending to his humiliating prostitution scandal. Florida prosecutors are offering to drop the charges — if Kraft admits that he would’ve been found guilty at trial.
Under the proposed “deferred prosecution agreement,” Kraft would have to complete 100 hours of mandatory community service, get screened for sexually transmitted diseases, and attend a class on prostitution.
The 24 other men who were also charged with solicitation reportedly received a similar deal, the Wall Street Journal reported.
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Accepting Deal Would Avert Embarrassing Trial
It’s unclear if Kraft is willing to accept such a deal. However, it’s an expedient way to avoid an embarrassing trial. This is an appealing option, since Kraft was caught on video receiving oral sex and manual stimulation at a Florida massage parlor.
At age 77, Robert Kraft is unlikely to want this scandal to drag out any longer. As CCN reported, Kraft was charged with two misdemeanor charges of soliciting prostitution at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa massage parlor in Jupiter, Florida.
No One Has Been Charged with Human Trafficking
The alleged solicitation and sex acts occurred in January 2019.