Judge wants answers over report of Robert Kraft sex video leak

While the Robert Kraft sex tapes are under court orders to remain private — for now — an alleged leak prompted a judge Tuesday to question how the videos have been safeguarded since Jupiter Police used the secret cameras at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa.

Those videos led to Kraft, the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots, being charged with two counts of soliciting prostitution from January visits to the massage parlor. After the sting, police also charged 24 other “johns,” as well as the owner and manager of the business.

At an emergency hearing Tuesday, Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Joseph Marx denied a request from the lawyers for the alleged madams to hold Jupiter Police and the State Attorney’s Office in contempt of court over the alleged leak.

The defense attorneys said they were reacting to a celebrity news website’s report Thursday that it had been in contact with someone seeking to sell a copy of video showing Kraft. TheBlast.com reported that its representatives had seen a sample of the footage and determined it was “legit.”