Erin Andrews 911 Call Shows Peephole Video Trauma Still Lingers

The now infamous Erin Andrews peephole video incident has left the ESPN reporter traumatized and paranoid about invasions to her privacy. A recent Erin Andrews 911 call shows the star reporter is still reeling from the media frenzy over the nude video.
Source: Wikimedia Commons
Source: Wikimedia Commons

ESPN reporter Erin Andrews was devastated after a peephole video showing her naked in a hotel room was released on the Internet. Still photos from the video, taped by a still unidentified voyeur, have since appeared in the New York Post and other media outlets. Andrews is reportedly still extremely distraught over the whole affair. So much so that she frantically called 911 when a group of paparazzi gathered recently outside her home in Atlanta.

In the call to Dekalb County 911, Erin Andrews tells the operator that she has “been in the news recently about being in a hotel naked” and complains about “paparazzi outside my window.” Andrews states that police told her to call 911 if paparazzi show up at her house. When the operator seems confused about who Andrews is, the ESPN reporter responds, “I’m all over the news right now… I’m the girl that was videotaped without her knowing, without her clothes on in the hotel.” With a mixture of what sounds like anger and panic, Andrews tells the operator, “I’ve got two assholes sitting outside my house” and she wants them removed by police immediately.

Listen to the full Erin Andrews 911 call below:

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