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"She was so afraid.”

That was the declaration sportscaster Erin Andrews’ attorney Randall Kinnard made in court, as he brought a civil lawsuit against a hotel they say allowed a stalker to secretly film her in the nude.

When Andrews saw the video had been posted online, she began to ask herself, “‘who did this? Who could have done this? Where did it happen? Is somebody trying to kill me? Is somebody going to kill me?’” Kinnard said.

The video was reportedly taken at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University in 2008.

But the stalking didn’t end there, the Associated Press reports.

“In 2009, Michael David Barrett pleaded guilty to renting hotel rooms next to Andrews in three cities, altering peepholes and secretly shooting nude videos of her in Nashville and Columbus, Ohio.”

Andrews is now seeking $75 million in damages from the hotel's owner, its manager and Barrett, who was sentenced to two and a half years in prison.

Read more at FoxNews.com, here.


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