The maximum penalty for Kraft's alleged crimes is one year in jail, a $5,000 fine and 100 hours of community service per charge, plus enrolling in an educational course on the dangers of prostitution and sex trafficking.
The latest development in the case is that Kraft and 14 other suspects are filing a motion for a protective order that would make it impossible for any of the evidence against them to be made public, according to TMZ. That includes the hidden camera footage from inside Orchids of Asia Spa in Jupiter, FL.
Shortly after Quinn's report Tuesday night, the New York Postquoted unnamed sources who said there was "absolutely no way" Kraft would take the deal. A spokeswoman for the Jupiter Police Department, which conducted the investigation, referred requests for comment to the Palm Beach County State Attorney's office, which did not immediately respond to ABC News. "We are all held to a higher standard and must conduct ourselves in a way that is responsible, promotes the values of the National Football League, and is lawful".
Police claim to have video evidence of him exchanging money for sexual services.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has punished Kraft's Patriots more severely than any other franchise during his tenure, according to ESPN.
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