The explosive scandal surrounding the Fox sports reporter has been a turbulent roller coaster ride bursting with naked pics on the Internet, lawsuits, public discussions, theories and millions of dollars in damages. The Erin Andrews peephole scandal, which is still one of the most talked-about topics whenever the subject of invasion of privacy comes up, is very much akin to the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal. Just like the problem of sexual harassment, the issue of visual abuse and invasion of privacy has been one of the most ignored topics in America for decades. We live in a world that normalizes nude pic and celeb sex tape leaks. Radar takes you through the history of the Erin Andrews scandal to give you a better understanding of how much damage invasion of privacy can do—once nude video is leaked online, it's there forever. The worst part about invasion of privacy during the Internet era is that once your naked pics, nude videos or sex tapes leak online, they get an eternal lifespan and become unerasable. As many victims of The Fappening or Celebgate , the infamous iCloud leak of nude pics that included Jennifer Lawrence , Kate Upton and Kaley Cuoco , may know, naked photos on the Internet are like a viral infection that spreads regardless of what you do. Lawsuits attract more public attention. Lawyers keep trying to remove those private images and footages from websites, but they get re-uploaded over and over again, because if at least one person downloaded it on their computer, these pics and vids will be circulating forever. Andrews learned it the hard way.
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#MeToo: Invasion of privacy is no joke, too
Not surprisingly, Andrews name and "peep" have shot up to the top of Google's trend list. Hackers have created websites that pretend to offer the video but offer viruses instead. And every news program and website yes including ours has pontificated on how horrible it all is and what it means - and have taken heat for it. The New York Post put blurred out photos from the peephole video on their front page and expressed mock outrage at it all - outrage that could only be fully expressed by more pictures inside the paper. Much has been written and much has been said about this video affair and yet so far the one person we have not heard from is Erin Andrews. Andrews' attorney, Marshall Grossman, said that the sportscaster plans to seek criminal charges and file civil lawsuits against the person who shot the video and anyone who publishes the material. He said they are going to "put the perpetrator and those who are complicit on notice that they act at their peril.
Ms Andrews, 37, a Fox Sports reporter, was filmed in through her hotel door peephole by Michael David Barrett, who released the video online. She wept as the verdict was announced and hugged her attorneys and family. Later, in a statement posted on Twitter, she thanked the court, the jury, and her legal team and family. Barrett, a Chicago insurance company executive, admitted targeting Ms Andrews and said he did so to make money. He posted the footage online after celebrity gossip site TMZ refused to pay for it. Barrett pleaded guilty to stalking Andrews, altering hotel room peepholes and taking nude videos of her. He was sentenced to two and a half years in prison. It was then up to a jury to decide if the hotel owner, West End Hotel Partners, and former operator, Windsor Capital Group, should share in the blame.