We interrupt you from the Tom Brady free agency frenzy to update a story you probably haven't thought about in a while.
Last May, a judge granted Robert Kraft's motion to suppress video evidence of the New England Patriots owner allegedly soliciting prostitution at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Florida.
We haven't heard much about the case against Kraft since then, but in January, the office of the Florida Attorney General attempted to restart the case by appealing that judge's ruling.
Which leads us to this: According to The Athletic's Daniel Wallach, the Florida appeals court will hear the Attorney General's argument sometime in May.
Florida appeals court targets mid-to-late May as date of oral argument on supression of videotape evidence in Robert Kraft misdemeanor case: pic.twitter.com/vSNRk5QD5s
— Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) March 6, 2020
This May will mark a year and three months since Kraft first was charged with solicitation of prostitution as part of a larger investigation into Florida day spas.
So far, Kraft's attorneys have managed to sweep the case under the rug and avoid video evidence of the Patriots owner at the spa becoming public.
The Florida Attorney General's office is working to change that, but it appears there's no rush to reach any sort of resolution.
Here's the latest timeframe on Robert Kraft's prostitution case originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston