The civil trial for the Erin Andrews ‘Peeping Tom’ case is expected to head into the second week on Monday. When the jurors come back from the weekend, they are expected to hear from Andrews herself, as well as the defense’s case, according to The Tennessean. There are 50 people on the witness list, and only about 10 were heard last week.
On Wednesday, her father Steven Andrews told jurors that “(Andrews) is a shell of a person she was before this happened.” The case stems from a 2008 incident that happened at the Marriott at Vanderbilt University, in which a man videotaped Andrews changing in her hotel room. He then proceeded to post the naked videos on the internet. In addition to the suspect, Andrews made a $75 million claim against the hotel, saying that they negligently gave Michael David Barrett her room number and let him stay in the room next door.
The trial is expected to go two weeks. Barrett plead guilty to interstate stalking after being charged after he followed Andrews to multiple cities to record the videos. Stay with LawNewz.com for continuing coverage on this case.
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