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Robert Kraft's attorneys file new argument to keep surveillance video evidence sealed in prostitution case

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Robert Kraft's attorneys file new argument to keep surveillance video evidence sealed in prostitution case

Robert Kraft's attorneys file new argument to keep surveillance video evidence sealed in prostitution case

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and his attorneys filed new arguments in Palm Beach County court Wednesday, asking a judge to seal videos of his alleged sex acts with a spa worker from public view.

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