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Robert Kraft Reportedly Rejects Plea Deal In Florida Prostitution Case

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Robert Kraft Reportedly Rejects Plea Deal In Florida Prostitution Case

Robert Kraft Reportedly Rejects Plea Deal In Florida Prostitution Case

The Boston Globe reported on Wednesday that Kraft has rejected the plea deal, citing a source close to the Patriots owner.

Matt Yurus reports.

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