Prosecutors intend to release video that is expected to show Robert Kraft receiving sexual services at a Florida day spa,
The New England Patriots owner's legal team filed an emergency motion aiming to block the release.
Releasing the video would violate their client's constitutional rights and hamper his chance for a fair trial.
They will "pixelate or blur depictions of obscene or pornographic images before releasing such records to the public,"
The media coalition's attorneys argued that the public has a right to see the video and that Kraft does not enjoy the right to privacy as a defendant in a criminal case.