New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has reportedly been offered a deal that would drop all charges against him for soliciting a prostitute in Florida.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Florida prosecutors have proposed to drop all of the charges against Kraft if he admits that he would have been found guilty, had the case gone to trial.
Prosecutors have offered to drop solicitation charges against Robert Kraft in unusual deal that calls for admitting he would've been found guilty https://t.co/w1tld8YDys— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) March 19, 2019
If the deal sounds unusual, that's because it is.
It isn't known at this time if Kraft will accept the deal or continue his legal fight. Thanks to Kraft's means, it is extremely unlikely that he would ever see prison time for his alleged crimes.
No matter what happens with the court case, Kraft will almost assuredly receive some kind of punishment from the league for what they will deem as a black mark on the shield, thanks to the owner's alleged transgressions.