MIAMI (CBSMiami/CNN) — Attorneys for NFL owner Robert Kraft filed a second amended motion in court Wednesday to stop the public release of video evidence collected as part of a Florida prostitution sting.

The motion argues that video evidence showing New England Patriots owner receiving “paid acts” in a room at a South Florida day spa, could “destroy any prospect” of a fair trial.

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Kraft is one of more than a dozen defendants charged in a sting at the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter, Florida. He has been charged with two counts of solicitation and has denied through a spokesman that he committed a crime.

Kraft waived his arraignment and has requested a jury trial in the case.

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Florida prosecutors offered to drop misdemeanor charges against him in exchange for fines, community service and an admission that he would be found guilty if he went to trial. But a source familiar with the case told CNN that Kraft will not accept the deal.

“I am truly sorry,” Kraft said in a statement last month. “I know I have hurt and disappointed my family, my close friends, my co-workers, our fans and many others who rightfully hold me to a higher standard.”

Attorneys first filed a motion to stop the public release of surveillance videos and other evidence in March.

The second amended motion was filed Wednesday in Palm Beach County court. A suppression hearing is scheduled for April 26.

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