More than a week of testimony in the case concluded Tuesday afternoon, clearing the way for jurors to begin deliberating. Those deliberations will continue Wednesday morning.
Mye Brindle, former housekeeper for Rogers, claims she was sexually assaulted by Rogers. At the advice of her attorneys at the time, David Cohen and John Butters, Brindle videotaped a sexual encounter with Rogers in his home as evidence of the harassment. Brindle, Cohen and Butters are all charged with unlawful surveillance.