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Erin Andrews' Peephole Case Causes Bashing Of Hotel For 'Disgusting' Defense

Erin Andrews' lawsuit against the owners of a Nashville hotel and the man who secretly recorded video of her naked inside her room continued today. The FOX Sports' reporter left the court room on Friday in tears

The 37-year-old personality is seeking $75 million in damages from Michael David Barrett — the man who recorded the videos — the management of the Nashville Marriott hotel at Vanderbilt University and Windsor Capital Group, the hotel’s parent company. In 2008, Andrews, then working for ESPN, was filmed in the nude in her room by Barrett, who was using a peephole. 

Today, the defense team made the following claim. 

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This led to a bashing of the defense on Twitter

Andrews was also pressed by Marc Dedman, one of the defense attorneys, on if her career was negatively affected by the video.

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Andrews testified on Monday that ESPN made her go on TV to do a nationally-televised sit-down interview before appearing back on-air, as some people believed the filming was staged. 

ESPN released a statement in support of Andrews today. 

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More to come.