What happened at Robert Kraft hearing, including prosecution admitting no human trafficking occurred

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On Friday, there was a hearing to address whether or not the alledged videos of Robert Kraft receiving sex acts in a Florida day spa should be made public or not.

ESPN's Michele Steele was in the court room and detailed what went down. The biggest news was the prosecution admitted there was no evidence of human trafficking occurring.

3+ hour hearing dismissed - no ruling from the judge today on the disclosure of the video, but both sides have to file proposed orders next Tuesday.

— Michele Steele (@ESPNMichele) April 12, 2019

Prosecutors just admitted at a hearing about the Robert Kraft video they will not charge anyone at Orchids of Asia with human trafficking. Prosecutor: "we have no evidence that there's human trafficking involved."

— Michele Steele (@ESPNMichele) April 12, 2019