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NASHVILLE, TN - MARCH 07: Attorney Scott Carr (L) and sportscaster and television host Erin Andrews (2L) appear in court on March 4, 2016, in Nashville, Tennessee. Andrews is taking legal action against the operator of the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University, where she was staying while covering a football game for ESPN, for invasion of privacy in a USD 75 million dollar suit after a man at the hotel took a nude video of her through her hotel room door peep hole in 2008. (Photo by Mark Humphrey-Pool/Getty Images)

Former Atlanta sports reporter Erin Andrews was rewarded $55 million by a jury in her civil case against the Nashville Marriott for its role in the peephole video case from 2009.

Michael David Barrett stalked her and took video of her nude through a hotel peephole. He later tried to sell the video but ultimately just posted it online. He ended up going to prison for 30 months. She testified that the hotel’s lax security measures allowed Barrett to end up in a room next to her, making it easier for him to invade her privacy.

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