Attorneys for Robert Kraft and more than a dozen other defendants facing charges in the Orchids of Asia Day Spa sex-for-pay case Wednesday filed court paperwork asking that evidence, including videos of sex acts, not be publicly released.
Kraft, 77, owner of the New England Patriots, was accused in January of visiting the spa in Jupiter, Florida twice and receiving sex acts. He faces two misdemeanor prostitution-related charges. According to records, hidden video surveillance equipment recorded footage of Kraft. The filing says that the video recordings and other evidence have not been introduced to the court in the “discovery” process, therefore not part of the public record.