Erin Andrews testifies Tuesday in her civil trial again the franchise owner and manager of a luxury hotel in Nashville and a man who admitted to making secret nude recordings of her in 2008.
Andrews has been on the witness stand for two days, often giving tearful testimony about the fear and suffering she has gone through as a result of the stalking and the videos.
She has filed a $75 million lawsuit against her stalker and the owner and operator of the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt. Jurors will have to determine whether the companies share some of the blame after stalker Michael David Barrett altered a peephole in her hotel room in September 2008 to shoot the secret video footage.
A defense attorney for the companies told Andrews that they both agreed she was a victim of a crime.
Andrews said she has thrown herself into her career just to feel normal but remains anxious and depressed. Barrett testified Monday, in videotaped deposition, that he removed the hotel door peepholes and altered them so he could pull them out easily to place his cellphone up to the empty hole and shoot videos.

Andrews said to this day she remains on guard every time she stays in a hotel during her extensive business travels. Sportscaster and television host Erin Andrews, left, attends court proceedings Wednesday, March 2, 2016, in Nashville, Tenn. But during cross-examination, attorney Marc Dedman asked her about her career success since she discovered in July 2009 that someone put the secretly-shot videos of her online.
She also said it ripped her apart when some in the media thought the nude videos were part of a publicity stunt before Barrett was arrested. She also testified that she fears that she will have children who will one day come home and say that other kids have seen the nude images. She maintains that the hotel honored a request of his to be put in an adjacent or conjoining room but never told her about it. Andrews has filed a $75 million lawsuit against the franchise owner and manager of a luxury hotel and a man who admitted to making secret nude recordings of her in 2008.

He admitted to doing this to about 10 other women in the testimony.Andrews has filed a $75 million lawsuit against the stalker and both the owner and operator of the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt. The hotel is a franchise and was owned by West End Hotel Partners and managed by Windsor Capital Group when the video was shot at the hotel in September 2008.The sportscaster has maintained that the hotel honored a request by Barrett to be placed in a hotel room next to hers but never told her that he had made the request. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management at the University of Houston, testified that his review of the case showed no evidence that the hotel staff gave the stalker Andrews' room number or intentionally placed him in a room adjacent to the sportscaster.Andrews has said that she doesn't think she will ever get over what happened to her.
Before Barrett's arrest in October 2009, some were suggesting Andrews did it as a publicity stunt - something she has said caused her an enormous amount of grief."Developments in the case have been interpreted by some to mean that ESPN was unsupportive of Erin in the aftermath of her ordeal," Josh Krulewitz, a spokesman for the network, said in a statement.

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