NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Testimony is expected to continue Thursday in Erin Andrews’ trial against a Nashville Marriott.
A Vanderbilt forensic psychologist testified Wednesday in the ongoing Erin Andrews case that the sportscaster suffers from “mild” Post Traumatic Stress Disorder because of the secretly recorded video.
On Wednesday, the jury also heard from a hospitality professor from Houston, Texas. He testified the local Marriott had enough security in 2008 when the video of Andrews was originally recorded.
IT expert testified last week that he estimates more than 16 million people have seen the online video since it was posted.
During her testimony Tuesday, Andrews stated since the video was released she now takes extra precautions while staying in hotels.
Andrews is suing for $75 million after she was secretly recorded by Michael Barrett in her Nashville Marriott hotel room.
Both Barrett and the hotel are named in the lawsuit. Barrett has since been convicted and served two and a half years in prison.
Reporter Joseph Pleasant will update the trial on Twitter. Follow him: @JPleasantwkrntv