Erin Andrews is suing several hotel chains for allowing someone to videotape and take pictures of her nude through the peephole of her hotel rooms.
Michael David Barrett pleaded guilty seven months ago to interstate stalking after taping Andrews through the peephole of several hotel rooms. Now, Andrews is going up against the hotels and filed suit in Cook County against them claiming negligence and invasion of privacy. She is also saying that they gave out her room number without her permission which allowed Barret to videotape her. Andrews has issued a statement saying that, "Although I'll never be able to fully erase the impact that this invasion of privacy has had upon me and my family, I do hope that my experience will cause the hospitality industry to be more vigilant in protecting its guests from the time they reserve a hotel room until they check out."
Readers, do you think Andrew's is doing the right thing by suing the hotel chains?