Police allege that Kraft paid for sexual services at Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Fla. on two occasions, including on the morning of the AFC championship in January before boarding his plane to Kansas City for the game.
A Florida judge did not rule Friday on whether surveillance video will be released in the Robert Kraft prostitution sting case. Police wrote in a report that there is video footage that showed Kraft on the receiving end of sex acts, and included details in their report. "There's no interest in actually seeing the video unless you have a prurient interest in seeing the video".
"The irreparable harm that will happen to Mr. Kraft ... will be absolutely catastrophic", Kraft's lawyer William Burck told the judge, pointing out that the court has yet to even have the opportunity to decide if the video was obtained legally by police.
Attorneys representing media organizations said sealing the video would be a violation of Florida's public records law, which could hurt future cases.
Kraft is one of dozens of men charged with soliciting another to commit prostitution as part of a months-long investigation into day spas across Jupiter and the Treasure Coast.
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Investigators initially said they were targeting human traffickers.
Kraft has pleaded not guilty to two counts of solicitation.
Instead, Judge Leonard Hanser asked all parties to submit proposed orders in the case by Tuesday.
Kraft's attorneys say the videos are an illegal invasion of privacy and are not necessary to be released publicly because the affidavits describe the acts that took place. They say it shouldn't be published because it violates Kraft's privacy and could jeopardize his right to a fair trial.