• FL prosecutors file appeal to release video in Bob Kraft prostitution case

    By: Maria Papadopoulos


    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Florida prosecutors are appealing a judge's order that prevents them from using surveillance video from a day spa at the center of a prostitution sting that led to charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

    A judge on Monday said police illegally obtained the video, which allegedly shows Kraft paying for sex acts in the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida back in January. 

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    The video is key evidence against Kraft, who is charged with two counts of soliciting a person for prostitution. 

    Police say Kraft solicited a prostitute at the day spa just hours before the AFC Championship game in January.

    The appeal will be heard by the Florida Circuit Court. 

    No hearing date has been set. 

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