Erin Andrews: I Take Precautions when Checking in to Hotels Now

Erin Andrews was back on the stand yesterday in her $75 million dollar lawsuit against a Marriott hotel. 

Andrews talked about the precautions she now takes after a pervert shot video of her naked through the hotel room's peephole.

“I tell them I want to be moved from the room I was pre-booked in,” Andrews told jurors as she finished up her direct testimony.

“I also say that if someone is asked to be next to me, they need to call me. I also ask for there not to be any phone calls placed to my room. I also tell them I have a gentleman traveling with me.”

When she gets to her room, she “instantly” covers the peephole, Andrews explained.

“Then I do a check of the room. I look everywhere,” she continued, her voice cracking. “I put a piece of paper down by the door, so if I leave and someone comes in the room, I can tell.”

Page Six writes that Andrews never lets hotel employees enter her room, and refuses to stay in a connecting room, she said.

On the stand, Andrews also described how hard it’s been for her to be in a romantic relationship with so much “baggage.”

She lamented that her boyfriend of three years, former LA Kings hockey player Jarret Stoll, ho briefly played for the Rangers before being released this season, ill never know the person she was before Barrett posted the 4 1/2 minute nude video to the Internet in 2009.

“I think he would’ve loved the girl more who was there before this happened, and I feel very guilty about this,” Andrews said.

“To try to explain to someone who has questions about why I have trust issues, why I’m insecure, why I’m humiliated, why I’m embarrassed, why I’m obsessive about checking the Internet, he doesn’t understand,” she added.

“I’ll always have to tell my kids, ‘Mommy didn’t do anything wrong,'” she said.

In his final question, her lawyer asked if she’ll ever get over the trauma of what happened.

“No,” she replied, before exhaling deeply as she sat back down.