A.J. Perez of USA Today reported the news Monday, noting the video was previously obtained by police.
Kraft pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor counts of solicitation, and T.J. Quinn of ESPN.com reported in March his attorneys filed a motion to have the video evidence suppressed. Quinn noted the video was "described as graphic and damning."
Quinn also suggested Monday's development "devastates" the state's case against Kraft even though it can still appeal the ruling.