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The court in Florida throws out Robert Kraft spa sex tapes in the case against massage parlor employees

connectVideoJudge rules prosecutors not to use Robert Kraft massage parlour video

Judge Leonard Hanser rules that of Jupiter police not following the correct procedures after the installation of the hidden cameras that secretly included New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

Palm Beach County Judge Joseph Marx ruled Monday that the prosecutors, not the surveillance images, video that allegedly shows the 77-year-old New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft to engage in paid sex in a massage parlor, according to a report.

Lei Wang, 40, and Zhang Hua, 58, who both pleaded not guilty, in the face of more than a dozen charges after they were allegedly stuck providing sexual services to clients at Orchids of Asia Day Spa, The New York Post reported.

Marx agreed with previous statements.

ROBERT KRAFT VIDEO EVIDENCE TO REMAIN SEALED FOR NOW, JUDGE RULES

Palm Beach County Judge Joseph Marx ruled Monday that prosecutors can not make use of the surveillance images, video that allegedly shows the 77-year-old New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft to engage in paid sex in a massage parlor, according to a report. (AP Photo/Chris O’meara, File)

Last week, a judge wrote that investigators did not do enough to minimize the violation of the privacy of customers who do not commit crimes. Prosecutors say that the warrant obtained for the installation of the cameras was legal and aimed at the stopping of a felony-level prostitution operation.

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Kraft has pleaded not guilty to the misdemeanor solicitation of a prostitute.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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