Associated Press Release
MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) -- A Cobb County Superior Court Judge has ruled that a woman who secretly recorded herself engaged in a sex act with Waffle House CEO Joe Rogers illegally violated his privacy.
The Marietta Daily Journal reports Rogers' attorneys are hopeful that the judge's recent ruling will lead to charges of sexual abuse being dismissed.
Mye Brindle, a former housekeeper for Rogers, has accused him of forcing her to perform sex acts with him to keep her job.
Superior Court Judge Robert Leonard learned that Brindle was sent to a private investigator's office and was given a spy camera that was used to record in Rogers' bedroom without his consent.
Court documents say Brindle also made 15 audio recordings of sexual encounters and kept a towel that held Rogers' DNA.