Robert Kraft, who has been charged with soliciting prostitution, will not accept a plea deal offered by Florida prosecutors, according to a source familiar with the case. Prosecutors offered to drop the charges against the New England Patriots owner, but only if he admits he would’ve been found guilty at trial. The proposed plea, which was also reportedly offered to several other men charged in the case, asks each accuser to “review the evidence in the case and agree that, if it were to go to trial, the state would be able to prove their guilt,” according to The Wall Street Journal. In addition to an admission that they’d be found guilty at trial, the plea also includes fines and community service for Kraft and the 24 other men involved, Mike Edmonson, spokesman for the Palm Beach State Attorney’s Office, said. Edmondson described the offer as standard for first-time offenders and said that none of the offers had been accepted as of Wednesday morning.