Report: Prosecutors offer to drop charges against Patriots owner Robert Kraft in prostitution case

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ATLANTA, GA – FEBRUARY 03: CEO of the New England Patriots Robert Kraft attends the Super Bowl LIII Pregame at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 3, 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

Florida prosecutors are offering to drop soliciting prostitution charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, if he’ll cop to the crimes, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

The Journal reports that Kraft would also be required to take an education course on prostitution, complete 100 hours of community service, get screened for STDs, and pay court fees.

Kraft was arrested last month for allegedly seeking sex services at a spa in Jupiter, Florida.

Officers said the spa, Orchids of Asia Day Spa, was running a sex trafficking ring where women, working in deplorable conditions, were lured into the sex trade and forced to perform services, CBS News reported.

Kraft was among hundreds of men charged in the sting in Florida.

Kraft has owned the Patriots since the mid-90s and has overseen six Super Bowls with the team.

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