Criminal charges reinstated in Waffle House CEO sex tape case

November 2, 2017

The Georgia Supreme Court Thursday reinstated three of four criminal charges against the former housekeeper of Waffle House Chairman and CEO Joe Rogers Jr. and two lawyers representing her in a case involving a sex tape.

In a unanimous ruling, the court reversed in part a Fulton County Superior Court decision that had thrown out all of the charges against Mye Brindle and her attorneys, David Cohen and John Butters, for their roles in secretly videotaping a sexual encounter between Brindle and Rogers.

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Criminal charges reinstated in Waffle House CEO sex tape case

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