Repercussions could come relatively soon for Robert Kraft.
A warrant for the New England Patriots owner's arrest is expected to be issued Monday, the Palm Beach County state attorney's office told NFL Network.
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Kraft was charged on two counts of solicitation of a prostitute Friday for his alleged role in a human trafficking ring.
Those are secondary misdemeanor charges, per Palm Beach County, and carry a maximum penalty of 60 days in prison per charge, meaning Kraft could spend a maximum of 120 days in jail based on his current charges.
The longtime Patriots owner released a statement Friday denying any illegal activity in response to the charges, so we could see a legal battle play out before any penalty is finalized.
The NFL also released a brief statement on the charges involving Kraft.
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