Judge Orders Kraft Massage Video Not Be Released For NowKraft's attorneys are seeking to suppress the video on grounds that it is an invasion of privacy and that the search warrant to install the cameras was obtained using untrue statements indicating that authorities had found potential evidence of human trafficking at the spa.
Patriots Owner Wants Prostitution Video Blocked From PublicUnder Florida law, most evidence is made public when given to defendants. That hasn't happened yet with the videos, and lawyers for Kraft and the other men want to pre-empt it, arguing that evidence shouldn't be made public until the investigation is complete, if ever.
Patriots Owner Kraft Offered Plea Deal In Prostitution CaseAccording to police records, Kraft was chauffeured to the massage parlor in a 2014 white Bentley on the evening of Jan. 19, where officers say they secretly videotaped him engaging in a sex act and then handing over an undetermined amount of cash.
New England Patriots Owner Robert Kraft Charged In Florida Prostitution BustRobert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, will be charged in a prostitution bust in Jupiter, Florida.
Patriots Owner Robert Kraft: 'I Was Wrong To Put My Faith In The League'"This was never about doing what was fair and just," Kraft said.raft blasted the NFL for uphold," Kraft says.
Robert Kraft: Patriots Won't Appeal Team's Fine, Draft PenaltiesTom Brady's appeal of a four-game suspension isn't affected in any way.
Ham: The Patriots' Tangled Web Of Innocence, Lies And Cover-UpsIn a way, New England is both guilty and innocent.
Bill Belichick, Robert Kraft May Testify In Hernandez TrialProsecutors have listed 305 people on their list of those who may testify.
Will Chicago Make A Play To Host Super Bowl?Chicago can make a good case to host a Super Bowl, and 2019 is the next chance for a cold-weather city.
Bernstein: What A Coach Could Never SayHere is what a brutally honest, self-aware coach would really say, if he could.
Players Still Reviewing Proposed Deal; Vote UnclearNFL players are still reviewing the written proposal owners voted on and passed Thursday, according to NFLPA president Kevin Mawae.
NFL And Players To Meet At Manhattan Law FirmRepresentatives for the NFL and the NFL Players' Association are meeting at a law firm in Manhattan in an effort to bring the longstanding lockout to an end.