By Daniel Victor. Andrews had also sued the Illinois man who filmed her, Michael David Barrett. The jurors found Mr. Barrett, who pleaded guilty and served more than two years in prison for traveling across state lines to videotape Ms.
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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. Their outreach has helped me be able to stand up and hold accountable those whose job it is to protect everyone's safety, security and privacy," Andrews said in a brief statement on her Twitter feed. 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. The video was taken by Michael David Barrett, who pleaded guilty in to stalking Andrews and making the video.
An attorney representing a hotel ownership group denies showing the peephole video of sportscaster Erin Andrews at a Nashville restaurant. Neal Peskind said in a statement he was having dinner with two friends when they began showing the naked video. He said he asked them to turn it off. The Fox television personality claims the hotel gave stalker Michael Barrett her room number, and allowed him to book the room next to hers.
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. Just like the problem of sexual harassment, the issue of visual abuse and invasion of privacy has been one of the most ignored topics in America for decades. We live in a world that normalizes nude pic and celeb sex tape leaks.