Patriots Owner’s ‘Graphic’ Sex Tape Could Be Released to Peeping Tom Public
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft’s “graphic” Florida sex spa tape could soon be released to the public, Florida authorities said. | Source: AP Photo / Chris O’Meara
Robert Kraft’s graphic sex tape — where he’s caught on video receiving oral sex at a Florida massage parlor — will probably be released publicly. That’s what Florida authorities said one day after the billionaire New England Patriots owner filed a motion to keep the police surveillance videos kept under seal.
Martin County Sheriff William Snyder led the “human trafficking” probe in South Florida that ensnared Kraft and 300 other men.
Florida Sheriff: Robert Kraft Videos Are ‘Explicit, Sexual and Graphic’
Snyder told CNBC that Kraft’s sex tape would probably be released publicly even if he accepts a plea deal to make the case go away.
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“Ultimately, they are probably going to get released. Once a case is over, it’s not an ongoing investigation.”
“There has to be a specific reason not to release a public record. And the fact that there is sexual activity is not an exemption.”
Snyder says he has seen some of the videos, and he warned that they are “explicit, sexual, and graphic….It’s pretty ugly.”
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As CCN reported, Florida prosecutors offered to drop the charges this week if Kraft admits that he would’ve been found guilty at trial.