Sideline reporter and TV host Erin Andrews was moved to tears during her testimony in the civil suit against the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University, the hotel’s owner West End Hotel Partners, the management company Windsor Capital Group and Michael David Barrett—the man who, in 2008, plead guilty to interstate stalking Andrews in the aforementioned Marriott hotel through a peephole.
Andrews, who filed a $75 million lawsuit against the defendants, had trouble speaking about the incident, as well as talking about how her life has changed because of the video that Barrett posted online and viewed over 300 million times.
Here’s the video of Erin’s testimony, per WKRN:
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Last week, I wrote about how Andrews had trouble keeping her emotions together following her dad, Steven Andrews’, testimony, where the elder Andrews said that his daughter is a “shell of the person” she used to be since the incident.
Erin Andrews is expected to take the stand again tomorrow, with the full trial expected to last another week or so.