Attorneys for the New England Patriots owner were in court Friday to try to block the video from going public.
William Burck, Kraft's attorney, argued in Palm Beach County Court that surveillance footage from the spa should not be released to the media because it would violate Kraft's privacy rights, compromise his right to a fair trial, and interfere in an active criminal investigation. Kraft was one of about 300 male customers charged in a multicounty investigation that also resulted in 10 massage parlors being closed and their owners charged with felony prostitution.
Seeing it would only serve "prurient interests" and get "eyeballs and clicks", which could taint the jury pool, he said.
Cavs, Lakers want to talk to Howard
The pair lifted the Larry O'Brien trophy in 2016 during James' incredible stretch of eight consecutive NBA Finals appearances. As Williams is now under contract with Philadelphia, an interview would have to go through the team's front office.