The Waffle House sex scandal is making headlines after CEO Joe W. Rodgers, Jr. made a statement that he had consensual sex with an employee several times. Rodgers confessed about the affair after he said his former employee, who is a single mother attempted to blackmail him.
The CEO confessed that he had many sexual encounters with his housekeeper between 2003 through 2012, "Over an almost eight-year period when I was separated, single and re-married, I had a series of infrequent consensual sexual encounters with my housekeeper," Rogers said."I am a victim of my own stupidity, but I am not going to be a victim of a crime - extortion," he said according to the Times Dispatch.
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Last Month, the housekeeper told Atlanta police that the CEO demanded sex if she wanted to keep her job and attempted to have sex with him while she was working in his home, she said "endure the harassment and demeaning treatment by Rogers because she was a single mother and needed her job to support herself and her son."
The CEO's confession may come out after reading the police report which indicates, "as a condition of Brindle's employment, and against [the accuser's] will, Rogers willfully, repeatedly and with specific intent to harm and oppress [her], required [her] to perform sexual services."
Both persons filed lawsuits against each other in Cobb County.