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Erin Andrews Reportedly Leaves Court In Tears After It's Revealed How Many People Have Watched Her Nude Video

The civil trial over the 2008 Erin Andrews peephole video is taking place this week, and according to a number of reports, it's been an emotional scene. Thursday, Andrews reportedly left the courtroom in tears after hearing testimony regarding the number of people who have watched the tape online.

An Internet expert told the jury that almost 17 million people have watched the clip - adding that the video has been viewed a total of 300 million times. Eric Alvarez of FOX 17 in Nashville has been posting updates and videos from the scene:

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— Eric Alvarez (@FOX17Eric)

Expert researcher says 16,800,000 people saw the erin Andrews video. Not hits, but individual people. @FOXNashvillepic.twitter.com/7fnO6VzyLi

— Eric Alvarez (@FOX17Eric) February 25, 2016

">February 25, 2016

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— Eric Alvarez (@FOX17Eric)

97% of the video recorded at Marriot Vanderbilt video ended up online, expert says @FOXNashville

— Eric Alvarez (@FOX17Eric) February 25, 2016

">February 25, 2016

">@FOXNashville pic.twitter.com/4r0vIh1Sys

— Eric Alvarez (@FOX17Eric)

BREAKING: Erin Andrews leaves the courtroom, wipes away tear as jury prepares to see video. @FOXNashvillepic.twitter.com/4r0vIh1Sys

— Eric Alvarez (@FOX17Eric) February 25, 2016

">February 25, 2016

For the record, the jurors did watch the video - though it was in private.

Andrews' lawsuit, filed back in 2011, seeks $75 million from the Nashville Marriott, Windsor Capital Group and the man behind the video - Michael David Barrett. We'll keep you updated.