New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft has dominated the sports headlines for the last two months because of his alleged involvement in a prostitution ring at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida. Multiple men were picked up in the ring and authorities say they have video of these men receiving sexual services. In the aftermath of all of this, Kraft and his lawyers have been working like hell to make sure the video doesn't go public.

We reported earlier this morning that Kraft and his lawyers were challenging the fourth amendment of the United States, saying the video would go against the law that protects citizens from unlawful searches and seizures. While his team is making a valiant effort, it seems as though it will be all for naught.

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TMZ is reporting that the Assistant State Attorney in Palm Beach County has filed new documents stating that he is required by law to release the footage. Prosecutors have made it clear that the law states that this type of evidence must be disclosed when requested by the media, regardless of the contents.

It has been revealed that the video will most likely release sometime soon, although it will be pixelated.

Stay tuned for updates on the case.