It’s been more than six years since Erin Andrews was the victim of a stalker, and she’s still dealing with the fallout.
The Fox Sports reporter, formerly of ESPN, was staying at the Nashville Marriott when Michael David Barrett tampered with a peephole to record her in the nude. Barrett spent two and a half years in prison, but the viral video caused serious psychological harm.
Andrews is now in a $75 million civil suit against Barrett and the Nashville Marriott. She’s spent this week providing emotional testimony in court about the awful experience. The details revealed have been difficult to watch.
During today’s testimony, she became emotional when discussing the support she’s received from players and coaches during her difficult time. Les Miles, Roy Williams and John Calipari are just a few who have reached out.
Erin Andrews on call from John Calipari pic.twitter.com/68LJSSDKFS
– Tyler Thompson (@MrsTylerKSR) March 1, 2016
Best wishes to Andrews from KSR. Even though we don’t know her, watching her struggle is truly heartbreaking.