Lawyers filed a petition at the Palm Beach District Court on Wednesday. The State of Florida disagrees with the request, according to the submission.
In the proposal, lawyers have asked the court to issue a protection order to preserve the confidentiality of the materials seized by the Orphic Day of Spa Day in Jupiter and "in particular the videos, to a further order of the court."
CNN came to Craft's lawyer, but he did not hear back. The information comes on the same day when a source familiar with the case told CNN that Kraft would not accept the deal proposed by the prosecutors in the case.
Prosecutors have proposed to reject charges against Kraft and 24 other men in exchange for fines, community service and recognition that they will be found guilty if the case is brought to court, according to Mike Edmonson, a prosecutor's spokesman
Edmondson describes the proposal as standard for offenders for the first time. He said none of the offers were accepted from Wednesday morning.
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Police reported that Craft had twice visited the Spa Orgies in Asia. Video shows that he receives "paid acts" in a room in the spa and video surveillance shows that he was taken to the spa, said police chief Daniel Kerr last month.
Kraft, who denied a spokesman for having committed a crime, has been charged with two charges. "We firmly deny that Mr. Kraft was involved in any illegal activity," his spokesman said.
The accusations are minor crimes and, in principle, they do not punish more than a 60-day sentence in the county jail, according to Edmondson.
Kraft must be charged on March 28th.