Erin Andrews Wants $75 Million From Peephole Case

Erin Andrews Lawsuit

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Erin Andrews is seeking $75 million from a variety of hotels and the man behind the peephole videos that were recorded without her knowledge, according to court documents that were filed this week. It’s now been over four years since videos shot by Michael David Barrett were unearthed and became the biggest internet story of 2009.

From The Smoking Gun:

Andrews alleges that Marriott workers helped facilitate Barrett’s videotaping by first revealing that she was a guest at the Nashville hotel, then disclosing her room number, and finally by agreeing to Barrett’s request to be placed in the room next door to the broadcaster. Andrews, then working for ESPN, was in town to cover a Vanderbilt University football game.

Barrett was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in jail back in 2010. At sentencing, Barrett was said to have recorded 16 other women in a similar way as Andrews.