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Lawyers file court motion over report of Robert Kraft spa video leak

Nick Friar
April 19, 2019 - 11:01 am

Less than a day after Circuit Judge Joseph Marx temporarily blocked the release of the video displaying Patriots owner Robert Kraft being sexually serviced at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, The Blast reported it “was recently contacted by a party who claimed to have obtained portions” of the surveillance footage.

The celebrity news site reported on Thursday it, “can verify the tape appears to show Kraft in the massage parlor with another person, presumably the massage therapist.” The Blast further describes the video:

“In the video, the 77-year-old is already undressed and laying on the massage table with his hands placed behind his head. The camera angle is an overhead shot, and it’s believed the camera was placed in the ceiling.”

This report led to a motion filed on Thursday by the attorneys who represent the two women accused of running the Orchids of Asia Day Spa. According to CNN, the attorneys believe the Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office and the Jupiter Police Department are to blame, being the only ones with access to the video. The attorneys stated this would put said parties, “in direct violation of this Court's Order.”