Robert Kraft Files Motion to Stop Release of Evidence

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft

"She also claimed that neither Trump nor New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft were clients while she owned the spa".

Robert Kraft is reportedly going to continue fighting the criminal case against him.

Shortly after Quinn's report Tuesday night, the New York Post quoted unnamed sources who said there was "absolutely no way" Kraft would take the deal.

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Because of Florida law, law enforcement officials expect that the video could be made public, but Quinn wrote that Kraft is expected to file a motion requesting that the videos remain sealed (which he did on Wednesday); if Kraft or others reach diversion agreements, the videos would be sealed anyway. Kraft has pleaded not guilty to the two charges.

Kraft entered a not guilty plea after being charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution at a day spa in Jupiter, Fla.

Authorities have alleged women were brought to Florida from China under the guise of having legitimate jobs at the spas, only to be forced to perform sex acts on male customers. "Legally, if Kraft keeps up his part of a deal, it's like it never happened". Her spa was one of several parlors suspected of involvement in human trafficking. According to TMZ, Kraft and his legal team filed a motion on Wednesday asking the court for a protective order that would prevent the police from releasing that video.

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When his name first surfaced last month in connection with the investigation, his spokeswoman, Stacey James, said in a statement that "w$3 e categorically deny that Mr. Kraft engaged in any illegal activity". According to Mike Edmonson, spokesman for the Palm Beach State Attorney's Office, the charges against Kraft "generally" carry no more than 60 days of jail time.

The veteran ESPN reporter says Kraft hasn't necessarily rejected the deal and expects "intense negotiations" between the two sides leading up to the March 28 arraignment hearing.

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