A judge has thrown out the attorneys for a woman who videotaped herself performing a sexual act on her former boss, the chairman of Waffle House.

Cobb County Superior Court Judge Robert Leonard II last week disqualified David Cohen and John Butters as counsel for Mye Brindle in a suit brought against her by Joe Rogers Jr., the Waffle House chairman and son of its founder. Rogers claims Brindle and her lawyers invaded his privacy by secretly making the video.

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