Kraft's lawyers called the video evidence "an unlawful sneak-and-peek search."
Police in Palm Beach County, Fla. reportedly have videos of Kraft "receiving sex from a masseuse" at the Orchids of Asia spa, Benson reports. Kraft's lawyers described the video in question as "governmental overreach" and claim the Jupiter, Fla. police department overstepped their bounds in pursuing a case against Kraft and 24 other men.
"Florida resorted to the most drastic, invasive, indiscriminate spying conceivable by law enforcement — taking continuous video recordings of private massages in which customers would be stripping naked as a matter of course — in order to prosecute what are at most (according to Florida’s own allegations) misdemeanor offenses, as to which (according to Florida’s own affidavits and search warrants) a wide array of alternative, benign modes of proof was readily available,” Kraft's lawyers wrote in their filing, per Benson.
Kraft issued a statement on the case on March 23.
"In deference to the judicial process, I have remained silent these past several weeks," Kraft's statement read. "To correct some of the misinformation surrounding this matter, my attorney made his first public comments on Friday night. I would like to use this opportunity to say something that I have wanted to say for four weeks. I am truly sorry. I know I have hurt and disappointed my family, my close friends, my co-workers, our fans and many others who rightfully hold me to a higher standard.