Robert Kraft Can Get Off With A Happy Ending By Slapping His Wrist 👿
Robert Kraft was arrested for paying a masseuse several times for sex and as a result of his arrest, the massage parlor was found to be engaging in human trafficking of women from China, including Kraft’s masseuse. Kraft and the 24 other men caught on video and charged, were offered a plea bargain allowing them to get off with a happy ending.
Florida prosecutors have reportedly offered to drop charges against Patriots owner Robert Kraft in exchange for an admission that he could be proved guilty at trial https://t.co/oRe8yAexoX
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) March 19, 2019
It is unclear if Robert Kraft would accept the deal, which requires an education course on prostitution, 100 hours of community service and a screening for STDs, according to @WSJ. https://t.co/GPsKapNBbG
— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) March 19, 2019
Robert Kraft and the other men charged w solicitation have a choice – either 1) essentially admit guilt in what amounts to a plea deal from Florida prosecutors & have the charges dropped, or 2) go to court and contest the charges & try to clear your name.
— Michele Steele (@ESPNMichele) March 19, 2019
Note that no one has been charged with human trafficking https://t.co/bbEO1NHqf8
— Michael Smerconish (@smerconish) March 19, 2019
From "international human trafficking ring busted" to "uh, we made some men take classes about how paying for sex is icky" https://t.co/uYB8OuUDLa
— Elizabeth Nolan Brown (@ENBrown) March 19, 2019
Wonder if Robert Kraft’s girlfriend has stuck with him after the prostitution arrest. pic.twitter.com/4e87zLeOvG
— Kevin O'Neill (@KevinBuffalo) March 19, 2019
Guy pulls up next to me at a light, rolls down his window, yells "How 'bout those Patriots?" (I've got @Chiefs stuff on my car)
"How about those charges against Robert Kraft?" I shout back, without missing a beat.
Light turns green, he flips me the bird, then drives off 🙂
— Kacy Sager (@THESagerbomb) March 19, 2019