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Class action lawsuit against authorities who videotaped legal massages at the same sting involving Robert Kraft

Apr 23, 2019

 People are reflected in the window of the Orchids of Asia Day Spa after New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is charged with allegedly soliciting for sex on February 22, 2019 in Jupiter, Florida.

People are reflected in the window of the Orchids of Asia Day Spa after New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is charged with allegedly soliciting for sex on February 22, 2019 in Jupiter, Florida.; Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

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A class action lawsuit was filed on Friday by 31 Jane and John Does in Florida accuses authorities of illegally videotaping customers getting massages at Orchids of Asia, the same spa facility where New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft allegedly paid for illegal sexual services.

The class action lawsuit accuses the defendants of violating the patrons’ constitutional rights to privacy.

This lawsuit continues to raise questions about the legality of cameras being installed in the facility, which began surveilling its customers on November 6, 2018.

We talk to legal experts about the likelihood that legal massage customers will prevail in this case.

Guests:

Danielle Citron, professor of law at the University of Maryland

Laurie Levenson, former federal prosecutor and professor of law at Loyola Law School

This content is from Southern California Public Radio. View the original story at SCPR.org.

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