NASHVILLE, March 1 (UPI) -- Sportscaster Erin Andrews testified Tuesday in a Nashville courtroom that she felt embarrassed, humiliated and "screwed up" after nude video of her filmed by a stalker went viral online.
It was Andrews' second day on stand in her $75 million civil trial against the Marriott hotel where the videos were shot through a peephole and Michael Barrett, who has admitted filming them in the hopes of making money.
The Fox News reporter testified that she tried to make herself and others forget what happened, but could not deal with the situation because she felt "screwed up."
"I felt embarrassed, humiliated, mortified because of the video," she said. "I felt like when I walked into a room... everybody watched me because they'd seen the video."
Andrews also said she has had to change the way she travels after the incident.
She has a new routine to verify that she is not being watched: change the room that she was booked in, carry her own luggage, not let room service enter to her room, and double check that the room is free of cameras.
Andrews joined Fox Sports in 2012 and is also host of ABC's show Dancing with the Stars.