Judge Orders Spa Sex Video In Robert Kraft Massage Parlor Case To Be Destroyed

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A video with Robert Kraft engaging in some sort of sexual activity will not see the light of day.

That is because a federal judge in Florida has ordered the destruction of that video that allegedly shows the New England Patriots owner paying for massage parlor sex.

U.S. District Judge Rodolfo A. Ruiz II on Friday ruled that the videos of Kraft as well as other customers must be wiped clean, because the Jupiter police surveillance was deemed unlawful.

Via the report:

“Kraft’s attorneys had argued that the billionaire feared the tapes of him in the nude would be publicized on the internet.

A misdemeanor solicitation charge against Kraft was dropped in September after an appeals court ruled that video evidence couldn’t be used in the case.”

The South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Kraft’s legal team’s argument for destroying the tapes:

“‘Considering that the Videos never should have been created according to judicial rulings that are binding and conclusive, the Videos should be destroyed so that they can never be subject to any misuse, intentional or otherwise,’ wrote attorneys Frank A. Shepherd, William Burck and Alex Spiro.”

Police reportedly had two separate recordings showing Kraft and other men paying for and engaging in sex acts with women at the Orchids of Asia massage parlor.

The Patriots owner pleaded not guilty, but also issued an apology.