In the latest news revolving the most famous prostitution case of the moment, Robert Kraft has reportedly been offered a plea deal that would drop all criminal charges.
An NFL spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment, nor did a Kraft spokesman.
The State Attorney's Office confirmed that Kraft and others busted in Jupiter last month have been offered the deal, which is routine for low-level arrests.More news: Cookstown St Patrick’s Day: three teenagers die after ‘crush’ at hotel party
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.
Investigators said Kraft returned 17 hours later, arriving at the upper-middle class shopping centre where the spa was located in a chauffeured 2015 blue Bentley, the documents said. He allegedly visited the Orchids of Asia Day Spa on January 19 and January 20, and during both visits, paying for sex acts by a woman.
Police authorities and prosecutors have talked about the case in terms of "human trafficking".
Court papers say numerous workers at the massage parlors targeted in the investigation were forced to live at the spas and were not allowed to leave without an escort.
Records show Kraft visited the spa hours before the Patriots played the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship game. Kraft, who is worth $6 billion, was videotaped engaging in sex acts before paying with a $100 bill and another bill, police said.
Kraft has denied the allegations made against him.