Prosecutors Offer To Drop Charges Against Pats Owner Robert Kraft If...
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New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has reportedly been offered a deal that would drop the two misdemeanor charges he's facing for solicitation of a prostitute after visiting a massage parlor in Jupiter, Florida. Per Yardbarker...

“The proposed deferred prosecution agreement calls for completion of an education course about prostitution, completion of 100 hours of community service, screening for sexually transmitted diseases and payment of some court costs,” the Journal reported.

Kraft has already pleaded not guilty to two charges of solicitation of prostitution, but that was expected from a procedural standpoint. He now has to decide if admitting wrongdoing is worth the guarantee of not having convictions on his record, though the admission would almost certainly result in the NFL taking disciplinary action against the New England Patriots owner.

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ConfusedHawgInMO63 months
Orchids of Asia sounds like a place where the very mysterious and alluring Cherry Blossom from East Bound & Down would work.
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panzer63 months
Ole money creepster
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idlewatcher63 months
Actually seems like a good deal. Do Johns have to register as sex offenders or no?
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AustinKnight63 months
100 hrs SMD ain’t happening his red headed Asia will do more hours head bobbing
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MSBULLDOG63 months
Heard on the news a little while ago the money asked for in this agreement was 5 grand! Hell what does a solicitation charge cost $75 pay the fine and go on.
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PhifeDogg63 months
Why does the court care if he has STDs or not?
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Mr. Hangover63 months
Because they don’t want it spread anymore than it already has???
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NorthGwinnettTiger63 months
Test for STDs? Is this normal punishment?
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biglego63 months
I’ve never heard of it
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Buckeye Jeaux63 months
He has the cash and the lawyers to fight this case for decades. Florida will quietly drop it in a year or two.
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Since Kraft is coming out with mayonnaise and barbecue sauce mixed together called Mayo-Q and mayonnaise and ketchup mixed together called May-up I think his defense will be he was researching a Mayo-nese Sauce.
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Placebeaux63 months
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Da Joker63 months
RA'd for hanging title
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