Prosecutors in Florida plan to release surveillance video of New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft at the Orchids of Asia day spa in Jupiter, Florida, according to the Boston Globe's John R. Ellement.
The office of Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg said Wednesday it's "obligated under Florida law to provide the video to the public and the media now and cannot wait for a judge to decide whether it should be kept under seal," per Ellement.
Authorities formally charged Kraft with two counts of soliciting prostitution in February. Police had placed surveillance cameras at the spa as part of an investigation into alleged sex trafficking.
The cameras showed Kraft entering the spa Jan. 19 and returning a day later.
"A female employee can be seen on the video manipulating his genitals and later wiping Kraft's genitals with a towel, according to the affidavit," per CNN's Chuck Johnston, Joe Sterling and Eric Levenson.
ESPN's T.J. Quinn reported in March the 77-year-old had filed a legal motion "to make sure that the surveillance video, described as graphic and damning, isn't released if he doesn't reach a plea deal with prosecutors."