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A "fake bomb threat" used to justify the installation of hidden cameras in a Florida spa has been questioned by attorneys for New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, according to the Boston Globe, citing legal filings.
The 77-year-old Kraft was busted in February along with 24 other men for allegedly receiving sexual favors at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, FL. The acts were reportedly caught on hidden camera, footage which Kraft's attorneys have sought to have excluded from trial.
Kraft - Misdemeanor - Counts - Prostitution - January
Kraft faces two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution in January, for which he has pleaded not guilty and denied engaging in illegal activity.
Jupiter police got a warrant to install the cameras, and Kraft’s lawyers wrote in Tuesday’s motion that police convinced a judge to sign off on secret filming with a claim, “founded on a fiction,” that human trafficking was suspected at the spa.
Kraft - Men - Favors - Business - Trafficking
Kraft and the other men accused of receiving sexual favors at the business have not been charged with human trafficking.
Kraft's attorneys describe in the filing how police were able to obtain their warrant in a legal filing dubbed "The JPD Installs Hidden Cameras...
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