Prosecutors rested the criminal eavesdropping case in Fulton County against two attorneys and their client Friday over a sex tape made of Waffle House chairman Joe Rogers Jr. and his housekeeper.

But before resting, prosecutors elicited testimony from an Atlanta Police detective who said he reviewed the tape and saw no evidence that Brindle was the victim of a sex crime. A Cobb County judge also previously determined that the sexual encounter appeared to be consensual.

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