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Woman alleges Waffle House CEO demanded sex acts

Associated Press Modified: November 8, 2012 at 10:02 pm •  Published: November 8, 2012

The woman filed her complaint after walking into an Atlanta police precinct about midnight on Sept. 28, according to the police report. Cohen said he couldn't comment further on the case because of a judge's order.

The Marietta Daily Journal reported that Rogers sued the woman in Cobb County Superior Court on Sept. 14, but that the documents had been sealed and both sides agreed not to speak to the news media. The newspaper added that the woman filed a lawsuit against Rogers in Fulton County State Court on Sept. 19, but documents in that case were also sealed.

Robert Ingram, whom the newspaper identified as a lawyer for Rogers, did not return a telephone call and email from the AP on Thursday evening. The newspaper quoted Ingram as saying that Rogers' "version of events is much different" than the woman's.

No one answered a cellphone listed to Rogers and a phone number listed for Waffle House's headquarters rang unanswered.


Associated Press writer Russ Bynum contributed to this report.