New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was reportedly "respectful" and upbeat during his conversation with Florida police officers earlier this year, according to court records, even showing off one of his Super Bowl rings while being cited for alleged solicitation of a prostitute.

Kraft asked officers if they were fans of the Miami Dolphins and showed off the championship ring while being stopped after exiting a spa during a prostitution sting earlier this year, according to court records obtained by The Boston Globe.

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“Robert Kraft was very polite and respectful during the whole process ... [he] asked the [officer] if he was a Dolphins fan,’’ prosecutors wrote. “He then told the officer he was the owner of the Patriots ... and showed his Super Bowl ring.”

Kraft's lawyers, according to the report, are hoping to keep sealed videos obtained by police of the NFL owner's activities inside the spa, where police cameras allegedly caught Kraft soliciting a sexual act from a worker. Kraft has denied the allegations, and his attorneys have argued that the cameras were illegally placed by law enforcement.

The evidence, they argued, “involves maximally intrusive, covert video surveillance that no American should expect to have intruding into intimate settings and that courts have recognized as raising specters of an ‘Orwellian state,' " according to the Globe.

Kraft, a longtime friend of President TrumpDonald TrumpCuban embassy in Paris attacked by gasoline bombs Trump Jr. inches past DeSantis as most popular GOP figure in new poll: Axios Trump endorses Ken Paxton over George P. Bush in Texas attorney general race MORE, refused to accept a plea deal offered by prosecutors to dozens of men caught in the sting, while maintaining his innocence.

"Surprised to see it. He has denied it," Trump said at the time of Kraft's charging, adding that it was a "very sad" situation.