New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, accused of soliciting prostitution, will not accept a plea deal offered by Florida prosecutors, according to Jason Carroll and Kevin Conlon of Kraft and other men were accused of soliciting prostitution at a spa in Jupiter, Fla.

Kraft was given the opportunity to have misdemeanor charges against him dropped in exchange for community service, fines, and an admission that he would be found guilty if the case went to trial. Twenty-four other men involved were also given the same chance.

Mike Edmonson, spokesman for the Palm Beach State Attorney's Office, says that the plea deal is standard procedure for first-time offenders. He added that none of the offers had been accepted as of Wednesday morning.

Last month, police had obtained video evidence of what they claimed was Kraft receiving paid sex acts in a room at the spa. Through a spokesman, Kraft denied that he was involved in any illegal activity.

The 77-year-old will be arraigned on March 28.

Kraft has been the owner of the Patriots since 1994. Since he took over the franchise, New England has won six Super Bowl titles, with all of them coming since 2001.

The Pats most recently won a championship last month, with the Patriots topping the Los Angeles Rams by a score of 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII.

New England won 11 games this past regular season, capturing its 10th straight AFC East Division title. The Pats have won the division crown in 15 of the last 16 years, with the only year they didn't do so during that span coming in 2008, when Tom Brady was knocked out of action in Week 1 due to a torn ACL.