Florida prosecutors say they WILL release pixelated video of Robert Kraft and other men inside the Orchids of Asia Day Spa where they allegedly received illegal sexual services … but Kraft has filed an emergency motion to block the release.
The Assistant State Attorney in Palm Beach County has filed new court docs saying he is obligated to release the footage shot inside the Day Spa to the media as a matter of law. The New England Patriots owner has been battling like hell to keep the video under wraps for weeks arguing several angles — he claims the footage was illegally shot and also says the release will taint a potential jury and prevent him from getting a fair trial .
But, prosecutors say in Florida … state law requires disclosure of this type of evidence when requested by the media — even though it includes explicit sexual images.
As we previously reported, prosecutors say the footage — shot by a surveillance camera inside a massage room — shows Kraft receiving sexual services in exchange for money on two separate occasions.
Officials say the cameras were covertly installed as part of a sting operation investigating possible human trafficking at the Day Spa.