Andrews told the court about how difficult it will be to discuss the video with her future children and talked about her current relationship with boyfriend Jarret Stoll. She said that as soon as she gets to a hotel — regardless of the city — she changes her room from the one she was originally booked in. Before settling in, she said she thoroughly checks the bed, the clock, the air conditioning grate and especially the bathroom for hidden cameras and looks for tell-tale red lights of possible hidden recorders. Andrews is bringing her suit against her stalker Michael David Barrett and the owner and management company of the Nashville Marriott where the videos were secretly taken.
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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. During her testimony last week, Ms.
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After the Nashville jury rendered its decision Monday, Andrews said it would "hold accountable those whose job it is to protect everyone's safety, security and privacy. Legal experts tend to agree, saying that aside from Andrews' celebrity status, the jury's award reflects people's expectation that hotels must honor their privacy. Taylor said he actually wanted to give Andrews more money because the Internet videos will never go away. Hotels are considered private spaces, and most people can relate to Andrews' experience as a profound violation of privacy, said Danielle Citron, a University of Maryland professor of law and online stalking and privacy expert.
Erin Andrews. Fox Sports. The lawsuit centers on an incident where Michael David Barrett, an insurance executive, secretly filmed Andrews changing in her room on his cellphone through a rigged peephole in September, The lawsuit also names Barrett and the Windsor Capital Group, the Nashville Marriott's management company, as a defendant. Andrews alleges that employees at the Nashville Marriott aided Barrett by giving him her room number and allowed him to book the room next door, according to The Washington Post.