The footage that was secretly recorded through a peephole was subsequently put online and viewed approximately 17 million times around the world, according to the forensic computer expert who testified. Andrews told the jury that she has suffered depression as a result of the video, and feels humiliated on a daily basis. I feel so embarrassed and I am so ashamed. Andrews told the jury that she is so haunted by the incident that she has her hotel rooms checked for recording devices when she travels. She also alleged that her former employer ESPN demanded that she do a sit-down interview clarifying that the video was not a publicity stunt before returning to work. Barrett, who pleaded guilty to stalking in , has served over two years in prison for secretly filming Andrews in Nashville as well as Columbus, Ohio.
Erin Andrews Wins $55M In Hotel Peephole Lawsuit; Jury Blames Hotel & Stalker
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She pretty sexy Post a Comment. Despite the dire warnings about comouter viruses being spread by viewings of the Erin Andrews nude hotel peephole videos, and threats against those who post it, we find it interesting that two days after the perverted, apparently criminal betrayal and unconscionable invasion of privacy was revealed to the world by the ESPN gals' attorneys, the video is now easily accessible with a simple Google video search on an official page where screengrabs have been available throughout. Interesting also that this video, apparently shot through a peephole drilled through the wall of her hotel room not, as intimated originally, through through the peephole in the hotel room's door , and possibly by a fellow employee one who'd be as high on the heap as Erin, rating a similar room in a posh hotel , has been online for something like four months, with the subject identified as an anonymous blonde who looks something like Playboy's Sexiest Sportscaster of and and object of admiration for sportsfan butt fetishists. So why did Erin's people "out" her, knowing the video would suddenly become an Internet sensation? Is there any chance that Erin, seen prancing and posing, was party to voyeuristic games that were meant to remain private? There's lots in this story still to be revealed-- but it's a little strange that a "forbidden" video that no one but the one-handed typing crowd knew about three days ago is so easily accessible today.
Erin Andrews Peephole Lawsuit: ESPN Reporter Files 2nd Suit Against Marriott Hotel
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. The sideline siren wants the creepy cameraman brought to justice, both for herself and to keep other victims from having to go through the same nightmare.
The internet is still abuzz with talk of the video of Erin Andrews , the ESPN sports reporter who was covertly filmed naked in her hotel room. The cybercriminals are not doing this because they want to share the unauthorised footage, however. Their interest is to infect your computer with Mac or Windows malware. However, you need to be really careful — even if you receive one of these dodgy links from a friend or colleague.