Recapping 'bonkers' Wednesday in Robert Kraft prostitution case


There have been quite a few developments in the Robert Kraft case Wednesday.

After Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg’s office said in court papers it is obligated under Florida law to provide the Kraft video to the public, Kraft's team is fighting back.

Here's the latest from ESPN's T.J. Quinn.

Kraft's attorneys are accusing the Palm Beach Co. state attorney's office of prosecutorial misconduct and breaking a promise made Friday not to release the evidence until a judge OK's it.

— T.J. Quinn (@TJQuinnESPN) April 17, 2019

Beyond the obvious, that Kraft and other defendants don't want the embarrassment of a videotape circulating, the video is the state's strongest leverage. If it's suppressed or sealed, then there's little incentive for Kraft et al to accept a deal short of total dismissal.

— T.J. Quinn (@TJQuinnESPN) April 17, 2019

Quinn will join Mut & Callahan Thursday morning at 8 a.m.