Marc Dedman, one of the attorneys for the defense, pressed Andrews on the subject of whether her career was negatively affected by the video.
Andrews, then working for ESPN, was in Nashville for a Vanderbilt football game in 2008 when, using a peephole camera, Barrett recorded the videos and put them on the Internet. Barrett pleaded guilty to felony stalking in 2009 and was sentenced to 30 months in prison. Andrews alleges that the hotel divulged her room information to Barrett and gave him a room next to hers.
Andrews has given tearful testimony throughout the trial, on Tuesday saying she doesn’t think she’ll ever get over the emotional distress caused by the incident, according to the Associated Press. She told the court that she now asks to change rooms as soon as she checks into a hotel, refuses to let anyone inside the room and sweeps the room for cameras or “booby traps.”
On Monday, Andrews testified that ESPN forced her to do an interview in which she denied using the nude videos as a publicity stunt.
Lawyers for the hotel and its parent company assert that Barrett alone is to blame for the incident.