New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is not expected to accept a plea deal in the Florida prostitution case against him, a source familiar with the case told CNN on Wednesday.
However, they would have to admit they would have been found guilty had the case gone to trial.
Kraft has denied taking part in any illegal activity -- and that admission is likely the primary reason he will decline the deal.
Police claim to have video evidence of him exchanging money for sexual services.
Kraft's arraignment is scheduled for March 28.
None of the other suspects have accepted the deal either.
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