Robert Kraft day spa video will reportedly be released by prosecutors
The Robert Kraft surveillance video will be released, according to court statements from the prosecution, as reported by the Boston Globe. Prosecutors are taking the position that they must do so because of Florida law.
From the Boston Globe:
Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg’s office said in court papers it is obligated under Florida law to provide the video to the public and the media now and cannot wait for a judge to decide whether it should be kept under seal while Lei Wang is prosecuted as the alleged manager of the Orchids of Asia Spa in Jupiter, Fla.
Last week, Robert Kraft’s legal team argued against the release of the police surveillance video of Kraft allegedly involved in sexual acts.
“If the affidavit says what happened, what is the interest the public has in seeing it? It’s basically pornography,” attorney William Burck said.
If I may file an amicus curiae request, let me just say that no one really needs to see this. I’d rather leave it to my imagination that if it was “basically pornography,” it just involves Kraft showing up in a cheap pizza delivery costume with some bad music in the background.