A computer scientist who traced views of what have become known to some as Erin Andrews' peephole videos testified Thursday that the videos or still pictures from them were seen by more than Fourteen additional people — jurors — watched the videos Thursday afternoon on the fourth day of Andrews' civil trial against the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University. The jurors watched silently in the dimmed courtroom.
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By Andy Soltis and Post Wires. Sexy ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews was the target of a peephole pervert who surreptitiously shot a video of her walking around her hotel room naked — and posted it on the Internet. Cora Takes Out Frustration on Andrews.
Erin Andrews. Fox Sports. The lawsuit centers on an incident where Michael David Barrett, an insurance executive, secretly filmed Andrews changing in her room on his cellphone through a rigged peephole in September, The lawsuit also names Barrett and the Windsor Capital Group, the Nashville Marriott's management company, as a defendant.
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Andrews sued the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University over a video of her that was taken by a stalker in an adjoining room and posted on the Internet in He said he would consult with his clients—the hotel owners and its former operators—on whether they would appeal. Andrews testified for two days during the trial, saying that since the video was seen by millions of people, she experienced serious mental injury, including depression, crying spells and sleeplessness.
Last year, a nude video and photos of ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews went viral thanks to a creepy stalker who made a peephole video of her at a hotel. That stalker went to prison for 30 months, but the photos remain free -- and accessible on various forums on the Internet. Apparently, one of Andrews's lawyers is still working to try to get them taken down.
Fill out the form below, or call us at The explosive scandal surrounding the Fox sports reporter has been a turbulent roller coaster ride bursting with naked pics on the Internet, lawsuits, public discussions, theories and millions of dollars in damages. The Erin Andrews peephole scandal, which is still one of the most talked-about topics whenever the subject of invasion of privacy comes up, is very much akin to the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal.
A screenshot from the video showing Erin Andrews naked in her Marriott hotel room. The video is low quality, but that's because it's one of those awesome illegal voyeur videos some guy shot by drilling a peephole in his adjoining hotel room into Erin Andrew's room while she's curling her hair naked and doing squatting exercises. Why would anyone commit suicide with news like that?
In a blistering statement in front of a federal judge, ESPN reporter Erin Andrews called Michael David Barrett a "sexual predator" who should "never see the light of day. Barrett, a former Illinois insurance executive, pleaded guilty today to interstate stalking after admitting he secretly taped and then tried to sell nude videos of Andrews shot while she was in hotels rooms. Andrews, 31, said Barrett's actions "have had a devastating impact on me, my family and my career. She told the court she is now routinely subjected to crude remarks by stadium crowds when she is on the job.