A client who visited the same Florida spa under surveillance as part of a prostitution sting that led to New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and others being charged alleges his civil rights were violated in a federal lawsuit filed Monday. 

The man, identified as "John Doe," claims in the lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida that there is "information and belief" that he was recorded when he visited the spa on Jan. 19, the same day of Kraft's first allegedvisit to the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in Jupiter.

The man was not among the 25 charged as a result of the sting that spanned five days.

The Jupiter Police Department, the detective who sought the warrant to install cameras inside the spa (Andrew Sharp) and the Palm Beach County State Attorney were listed as defendants in the lawsuit that seeks unspecified monetary damages.