Prosecutors in Florida have requested that the Robert Kraft prostitution case be placed on hold after a judge threw out alleged video evidence.

In the motion they filed, prosecutors request that, before 77-year-old New England Patriot's owner trial moves ahead, the court rule on their appeal to admit the video evidence, or else "the State will be forced to proceed to trial without its crucial evidence."

Kraft is accused of paying for sexual favors and was allegedly caught on camera by authorities who were filming in the day spa without the customer's knowledge.

Kraft's Attorney Alex Spiro told Page Six, "They lost their evidence. They conceded they cannot move forward. They have waved the white flag."

Kraft is charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution during separate visits to the spa on Jan. 19 and Jan. 20. He has denied engaging in illegal activity, pleaded not guilty, and requested a jury trial.