Lawyers surrender tapes in Waffle House CEO suit
MARIETTA, Ga. (AP) — Lawyers turned over recordings Wednesday of Waffle House CEO Joe Rogers Jr. engaged in sexual acts that were made by a woman who alleges the executive forced her to engage in such acts to keep her job.
Cobb County Superior Court Judge G. Grant Brantley signed a preliminary order barring the distribution of those recordings while legal proceedings are ongoing. His initial decision will be replaced by a more lengthy order governing who may access the recordings and under what circumstances.
Brantley has scheduled a March 25 hearing to investigate how a legal case that was filed under seal became public.
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