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WATCH LIVE: Verdict Expected Soon in Erin Andrews Stalker Trial

ErinAndrewsTestimoyA jury will start deliberating Monday on whether to force the Nashville Marriott, its operators, and a convicted stalker to pay Fox reporter Erin Andrews in her $175  million lawsuit. Jurors heard seven days of testimony, and lawyers delivered their close arguments on Friday.

The case stems from a 2008 incident which occurred at the Marriott at Vanderbilt University, in which a man secretly videotaped Andrews changing in her hotel room. He then proceeded to post the naked video on the internet. Michael Barrett was later convicted and served 2 1/2 years for stalking.  In addition to the suspect, Andrews made a claim against the hotel, saying that they negligently gave Barrett her room number and let him stay in the room next door.

It is not clear how long jurors will deliberate but when the verdict is announced WATCH LIVE in the video below via WKRN. The new Stay with LawNewz.com for updates and continuing coverage of this case.

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