New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is doing everything he can to keep his spa tape video out of the public's hands.
In court documents, Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg's office cited state law, and that it can not wait for a judge to rule whether the videos should be kept sealed while Lei Wang, the alleged manager of Orchids of Asia, is prosecuted.
Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg's office reportedly cited a state law in arguing the release of the tapes can not be further delayed unless they are barred from being made public by a judge, The Boston Globe reports.
Numerous media organizations joined together to file a motion to intervene, arguing Friday the videos should remain part of the public record and be available to media organizations, should they be released.
Wang's attorneys also have asked a judge to withhold the videos while their client's case is pending, according to The Globe.
A recent court filing states the pornographic video will be blurred or pixelated before it is release.
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Kraft and 24 other men were charged with misdemeanor solicitation of prostitution in February after police identified them as having received services at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida.
Therefore, if the videos are released, it will be through the criminal case against Wang, not Kraft.
Prosecutors offered him and the other defendants a diversion agreement last month that would allow them to have the cases expunged and the evidence sealed if they agreed to certain conditions, including an admission that they would have lost had the case gone to court. Last week, his lawyers argued that release of the video could "destroy" his chances at a fair trial.
In the documents filed Wednesday, State Attorney Dave Aronberg said he can not wait for a ruling on Kraft's legal challenge.
In court documents obtained by The Boston Globe, Aronberg's office wrote Wednesday, "as the custodian of the records, can not delay the release of records to allow a person to raise a constitutional challenge to the release of the documents".