A representative of a hotel group named in the lawsuit filed by Erin Andrews was spotted watching the secretly filmed nude video that the sportscaster has said continues to haunt her. He acknowledged in a statement that the footage was pulled up, but insisted it had all been blown out of proportion and that he would "never disrespect Ms. Andrews this week told the court how the peeping tom video — which went viral — has affected her life. Even years later, she said she has anxiety and obsessive thoughts about whether people she meets have seen her naked. And, Andrews said, she knows that she will continue to deal with the video — and criticism from strangers — for the rest of her life. That appears to be what happened on Tuesday, according to a Nashville waitress who spotted Peskind watching the video and commenting on the footage with friends.
The jury is set to begin deliberations on Monday. The video at the center of the trial was taken at a Nashville Marriott in by her stalker , Michael Barrett. Andrews discovered its existence online in and was severely disturbed by it. It's going to be on the Internet until I die," Andrews said in her testimony. Since the trial started on February 23, the video has consistently been one of the top searched items on Google and can still be found on various porn sites. Related: Help for 'revenge porn' victims.
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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? This and the ShamWow guy beating up a hooker are the only things that keep me going. And just like you now see more ShamWow commercials after the guy beats up a hooker, I'm sure this leaked naked hot sexy video of Erin Andrews will only help her sigh , career.
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. Andrews multiple times, responsible for 51 percent of the blame, according to The Associated Press.