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The footage was filmed through her hotel door peephole, and now, the public knows exactly how he pulled that off.
In a deposition video from September 2012 of Barrett that was played in court, he explained that prior to filming Andrews, he witnessed a bellman at a separate hotel tampering with a peephole and he believed the employee was spying on a guest. In the deposition, Barrett states he unscrewed the peephole from the outside of the door, took it back to his room and used a hacksaw to cut off the threads that prevent you from being able to see from the outside, and then replaced it right back in the door.
The lawsuit stems from an incident nearly eight years ago in which Andrews was secretly videotaped naked inside of her hotel room at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University.
A computer scientist testified during the trial that, according to his research, 16.8 million people have seen the videos of Andrews between July 2009 and January 2016.
Once he was told yes, he then asked to be placed in the room next to hers.
Andrews was never notified that anyone had called with this request.
Maks, 30, says he and ESPN correspondent Andrews, 31, are “maybe” dating, according to Everybody who meets her falls in love with her.” Including him?
“She’s very friendly, super nice, great personality,” he gushes to PEOPLE.
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Andrews, who was 29 at the time of the incident and is now 37, testified on the stand for two days during the trial and struggled through much of her testimony, breaking down into tears multiple times as she detailed the harrowing experience.
Throughout the trial, which also had passionate testimonies from Andrews’ mother and father as well, the public has learned countless intimate details of her life.
After all, other cast members that season included Shannen Doherty, Pamela Anderson, Kate Gosselin and Niecy Nash, who were all arguably more well-known at the time.
However, on the first day of Andrews’ testimony, she revealed she had actually been in talks to join the popular ABC show before the video was released. You don’t want a contestant to come on the show and then quit in the middle.
Barrett pleaded guilty to the charges in December and was sentenced to 2-1/2 years in prison.