By Reuven Fenton and Danika Fears. February 25, pm Updated March 2, am. Andrews, 37, wept as Jansen described the adult websites the video has made its way onto — and walked out of court with tears in her eyes a couple of minutes before jurors watched the footage. Andrews is suing the owner and manager of the Nashville Marriott where she was staying when Barrett doctored a peephole on her door, allowing him to surreptitiously film the nude video.
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By Chris Spargo For Dailymail. Erin Andrews took the stand Monday in her lawsuit against the man who secretly shot nude videos of her which he then posted online. The popular sportscaster managed to stay composed at the beginning of her testimony, but broke down in tears as soon as she was asked to tell the court about the moment in July she learned an almost five-minute long video of her naked had been put on the internet. She later testified about having to fly with her father to Los Angeles during the FBI investigation to watch the video in full for the first time, saying that the agents wanted to be certain it was not a publicity stunt. Scroll down for video. Emotional: Erin Andrews broke down in tears in court on Monday above as she testified in her civil suit in the man who filmed her nude in hotel rooms across the country. Barrett spent 30 months in federal prison after he admitted to filming three videos of Andrews and posting them online.
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The ESPN sideline reporter — the target of a profoundly creepy, surreptitiously-shot hotel-room video uploaded to the web by an anonymous user discovered online late last week — is as known, at least in some circles of sports fans, for her work ethic trolling college football sidelines as she is for her girl-next-store charm and, of course, striking good looks. The story more or less broke over the weekend, yet screengrabs were splashed across the front page of the New York Post. However, the interest, even days later, too, is understandable. The setting of the crime — a hotel, believed to be, more than likely, in a college town — and the lengths to which the perpetrator went to get the footage perhaps using a peep hole or reverse hit home. Or Katie Couric.