Former ESPN broadcaster Erin Andrews is suing a Nashville hotel and the man who was caught peeping into her room for $75 million, an amended lawsuit filed on Tuesday revealed.

Andrews was staying at the West End Marriott in 2008 while covering a Vanderbilt football game for ESPN.

Andrews alleges in the lawsuit that Marriott employees helped Michael Barrett to video tape her through a peep hole.

The lawsuit alleges Barrett contacted the hotel to see if Andrews was a guest, disclosed her room number and gave him a room next to the broadcaster.

Barrett taped Andrews in the nude through the peep hole of the front door and later posted the videos to a web site.

He was convicted for felony stalking of Andrews in 2009.

Andrews filed an amended suit in 2011.

According to The Smoking Gun web site, defense attorneys filed a motion to the court asking Andrews to provide a specific damages amount. The attorneys argued Andrews’ claims were “unreasonably vague and ambiguous.”

Andrews’ attorney, Randall Kinnard, filed the amended lawsuit on Tuesday asking for $75 million.

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