The New England Patriots owner’s legal team scored a major victory when a judge granted its motion to suppress video evidence obtained by police in Florida’s Orchids of Asia Day Spa, multiple outlets reported.
BREAKING: Judge grants Robert Kraft’s motion to suppress video evidence in his solicitation of prostitution case. State may appeal, but this devastates their case against him.
— T.J. Quinn (@TJQuinnESPN) May 13, 2019
BREAKING: Judge has suppressed the video of Patriots owner Robert Kraft obtained by police from inside a Florida spa. Story to follow.
— A.J. Perez (@byajperez) May 13, 2019
Kraft has been embroiled in a bitter and embarrassing legal battle for months since he was charged with prostitution solicitation in February.
Assuming the state doesn’t appeal the decision, we might be nearing an ending to the saga soon.
While Kraft might be able to escape legal repercussions, that doesn’t mean he won’t be in trouble with the NFL.
The NFL is still waiting to see what happens before it decides what to do with Kraft.
Kraft has basically admitted to receiving services from Orchids of Asia, he’s just argued that he didn’t commit a crime while doing so.
Whether or not that violates the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy is yet to be determined.
Kraft might just get the happy ending that he was hoping for.
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