The man who goes by “John Doe” filed a federal lawsuit Monday, believing that he’s caught on video visiting the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida on Jan. 19, the same day that the New England Patriots owner is alleged to have been recorded receiving sexual favors at the spa.
Via USA Today:
While Kraft and 24 other men are charged with soliciting prostitution as part of a sting conducted by local law enforcement, Doe is not charged with any crimes.
“Mr. Doe had a reasonable expectation of privacy when he entered that private room, on private property, to receive treatment from a licensed healthcare practitioner — namely, a massage therapist,” Doe’s attorney wrote in the lawsuit.
Joseph Tacopina, one of Doe’s attorneys, told USA Today that the lawsuit could evolve into class-action litigation from other potential plaintiffs who visited the spa.
“All of them have been there a number of times, and all of them have had good things to say about their experiences as far as professional, effective massage therapy,” Tacopina said. “There were male and females from their 20s to 70s. Not one went in there and had a sexual act performed on them, yet they are being videotaped in violation of their privacy rights.”
Doe’s attorneys wrote that he undressed and received a massage in a private room and “did not engage in any sexual or illegal activity at any time while receiving his massage.”
The Jupiter Police Department, detective Andrew Sharp and the Palm Beach County State Attorney are listed as defendants in the suit seeking unspecified monetary damages, according to USA Today.
Bob Kraft’s happy ending turned out to be a very sad ending, and this isn’t going away anytime soon.
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