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Ugh. Erin Andrews is still going through the peeping tom nightmare from nearly eight years ago.
On Thursday, a jury was shown the nude videos that a convicted stalker secretly recorded of the sportscaster in her hotel room back in 2008.
Jurors were reportedly very somber as they reviewed the four and a half minute clip, with one woman even turning her eyes from the projector.
Andrews was seen leaving the courtroom with tears in her eyes before the footage was shown.
To catch you up, Andrews brought a $75 million civil case against the stalker Michael Barrett, in addition to the franchise owner of the Nashville Marriott (West End Partners), and the Windsor Capital Group that manages the hotel — where Andrews claims hotel employees told Barrett her whereabouts and allowed him to book the room next to hers.
According to a testimony from computer scientist Bernard Jansen, an estimated 16.8 million people have seen the peephole videos or photos that have been lifted from them since 2009.
"Right now, someone's watching that video, and another minute, maybe two."
Back in 2010, Barrett was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison after pleading guilty to stalking and gouging peepholes in Andrews' hotel room door.
The beauty's father Steve Andrews also took the stand to testify on his daughter's behalf saying that the incident left the Dancing With The Stars host "terrified," "depressed," and a "shell" of her former self.
We will keep you updated as the case is set to resume on Monday.
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