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Robert Kraft expresses regret over video

Robert Kraft appeared at a Celtics game last month with Ricki Noel Lander.

Barry Chin/Globe Staff

Robert Kraft appeared at a Celtics game last month with Ricki Noel Lander.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft issued a statement on Wednesday expressing regret about a controversial video of him that went viral on Wednesday.

Kraft appeared with Ricki Noel Lander in an audition video for a movie she hopes to land a part in. Kraft, 71, uses foul language in the video. Last month, Kraft showed up at a Celtics game with Lander, 32, who is a dancer and an actress.

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Said Kraft in a statement that first was sent to ProFootballTalk.com:

“I tried to help Ricki prepare an audition tape for an upcoming Vince Vaughn/Owen Wilson comedy by reading Wilson’s lines. I never intended that it would be made public and I regret that it has. I think we can all agree that Owen Wilson has nothing to worry about. I am going to stick to my day job.”

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See the video (via Deadspin.com). Viewers should be aware that the video contains foul language that will not be appropriate for all.

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