'Dancing With the Stars' Host to Take Stand in Stalker Case

Erin Andrews is suing a hotel for $75 million after a stalker recorded her undressing in her hotel room.
2:04 | 02/29/16

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this morning, "Dancing with the stars" host Erin Andrews expected to take the stand today in her emotionally charged trial. She is suing a hotel for $75 million after a stalker caught her undressing in her room. Eva pilgrim has the story. Reporter: While she's used to being front and center reporting from the sidelines of sports' biggest events this morning Erin Andrews is expected to be front and center in court taking the stand fighting for herself. She kept screaming, I'm on the internet, I'm on the internet. I'm naked. Hi. Erin Andrews. Reporter: The 37-year-old reporter and "Dancing with the stars" co-host is suing Michael David Barrett who in 2010 pl pleated guilty to stalking filming her naked through the door of her hotel room and the owners of this Marriott for $75 million claiming the hotel made it easy for him to film her in the nude. If she tells the jury how this affected her, that she was embarrassed by it, that she was sickened by it, that she continues to be emotionally upset about it, I just can't imagine that it's going to be difficult for this jury to connect with her and this jury to find in her favor. Reporter: The hotel says Barrett is a criminal who tricked them into gaining access to Andrews but Andrews' lawyers say the hotel did nothing to prevent Barrett from finding her room number and failed to notice he had removed and altered the peephole on her door. Stands there for 4 1/2 minutes and videos her. Reporter: Barrett posted his video on the internet and it went viral. Experts say millions watched it. It's been eight years since the incident and despite her best efforts to remove the video, it is still online. And her dad says his daughter still isn't the same. She's not the girl that we used to know. Reporter: We are expected to hear from the stalker and Erin's mother before wrapping up the day with Erin Andrews herself. The biggest moment yet in the

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