(NEW YORK POST) — Florida prosecutors say they plan on releasing footage of Robert Kraft allegedly receiving sexual services in a massage parlor — even while the Patriots owner is still fighting in court to keep the videos under wraps.
In court documents filed Wednesday in the separate case of the woman accused of managing the Orchids of Asia Spa, the Palm Beach County State Attorney’s Office said it intends to release secretly recorded clips of Kraft and other men allegedly soliciting sex at the business.
Like Kraft, alleged spa manager Lei Wang has also asked to suppress the videos, but the prosecutors say they are legally obligated to release pixelated versions as soon as they’re ready unless a judge steps in to stop them.
There is a hearing scheduled in Wang’s case Wednesday afternoon.
Regardless of the outcome, a spokesman for the prosecutors said the release of the footage is not imminent, however, as it is processing numerous public records in the case.
Kraft’s attorneys argued against the release of the clips to the media at a hearing last week — saying the footage is “basically pornography” — but the judge is yet to rule on that motion.
On Wednesday, his attorneys filed an emergency motion to block the release.
The 77-year-old billionaire was busted earlier this year for allegedly soliciting prostitution at the spa after cops installed secret cameras inside the business. He has pleaded not guilty.