Florida Prosecutors Offer Robert Kraft Deal Over Solicitation Charges

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- The Wall Street Journal is reporting that prosecutors are offering to drop solicitation charges against Robert Kraft and several other men but the men must admit they would have been proven guilty at trial.

But in an unusual provision, the agreement also calls for the defendants to review the evidence in the case and agree that, if it were to go to trial, the state would be able to prove their guilt, this person said.

But at this point, in order to have the two misdemeanor charges against him dropped, he must admit that he would have been convicted.

A spokesman for Palm Beach County's state attorney confirmed Tuesday that Kraft and 24 other men charged with soliciting prostitution have been offered the standard diversion program for first-time offenders.

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Authorities said Kraft had visited a spa in Jupiter, Florida, on January 19 and 20 and received sexual services in exchange for money, with the last visit coming on the same day he watched his Patriots defeat the Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game in Kansas City. Kraft is among more than 200 people, police say, who engaged in sex acts with employees of targeted massage parlors in South Florida.

Records show Kraft visited the spa hours before the Patriots played the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game.

Kraft is charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution, to which the 77-year-old has already filed a written plea of not guilty. On both occasions, the sexual acts were captured on video cameras that police had installed, according to court records.

Kraft's court date is now set for March 28.

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