Erin Andrews Jury Shown Nashville Hotel Peeping Video

By Cara Salvatore (February 25, 2016, 9:40 PM EST) -- Jurors in sports reporter Erin Andrews' $75 million privacy suit against a Nashville hotel were shown the illegal video whose capture the hotel allegedly enabled, and were told Thursday that it's also been seen by at least 17 million others.

In a darkened courtroom, jurors watched seven video segments on a screen wheeled directly in front of them. All spectators were ordered to the opposite side of the room, beyond view of the screen.

Erin Andrews appears in court during the trial of her lawsuit against the Nashville Marriott hotel. (Credit: WKRN) Andrews is suing a franchise, the Nashville Marriott at...

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