A judge has ruled that a lawsuit can go forward against two lawyers whose client made an illegal video of a sexual encounter with the chairman of Waffle House Inc.

Waffle House Chairman Joe Rogers Jr. has sued the lawyers who represent his former housekeeper and personal assistant, Mye Brindle, alleging that they were involved in her decision to make a video of her employer naked in his bathroom and bedroom, without his consent, and then tried to use it to extort money from him.

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