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Erin Andrews Won Herself Fifty-Five Mill

March 8, 2016 | celebrity | Lex Jurgen | 0 Comments


Sideline sports reporter Erin Andrews scored a sizable bump in pay nailing a fifty-five million dollar civil suit verdict against the corporation that runs the Marriott hotel in Nashville. In 2008, one of Andrew’s stalkers managed to outwit the desk staff at the hotel by being marginally intelligent and wormed his way into the room next door to Andrews where he proceeded to jimmy her room’s peephole and use a camera to film Andrews naked in her hotel room. The dude infamously leaked the video online causing Erin Andrews the tremendous shame of having twenty millions men see her naked in horribly grainy video versus just imagining her vividly naked every weekend. Andrews cried a lot on the stand during the trial which I’d recommend heavily as a strategy. Andrews¬†was unable to show any financial damages because leaked sex tapes only make female celebrities more money. That despite the obvious humiliation of having your boy cousin masturbating to you on certain evenings. The jury awarded Andrews the¬†Lotto sized winnings.

It’s unclear how much Andrews will actually clear from the verdict Half of the fifty-five is assigned to the stalker who is invariably broke. Andrews claims she is forever shaken and spend an inordinate amount of time now in hotel rooms checking the HVAC grates for cameras. If they’re as dirty as the hotel comforters, that’s disturbing. More important is the potential diminishing of Andrews’ ability to ask pointless questions to coaches and players on the sidelines. Does our lack of scoring in the first half concern us? Not as much as wishing your stalker had used an HD camera. The truth is ugly. You shower nice.

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