ESPN reporter insists naked video is no publicity stunt

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New York, September 13 (ANI): American sports caster Erin Andrews has denied that a grainy footage of her undressing in a hotel room is no publicity stunt, insisting she "would never do this to herself."

The 31-year-old was accused of staging a scandal after the illegally taped peephole video of her naked found its way to the Internet.

The ESPN reporter told Oprah Winfrey the video clips was the work of a Peeping Tom on at least two different occasions in hotel rooms.

"I am the victim of a stalker because we know that this happened in at least two rooms," the New York Post quoted her as saying.

"I was getting ready to go work a college football game in at least one of the videos I was able to identify," she added.

Andrews also said that now, "even if I'm in a hotel or in my house, I feel like I'm being videotaped," and that when she checked into a Chicago hotel room, "we looked for cameras."

She added: "I think it'll always make me feel nervous, but I also feel it's my duty to come out and show this person, 'You know what? I worked hard for my career, and I got there the right way, and you're not gonna break me down.'" (ANI)

Story first published: Sunday, September 13, 2009, 16:58 [IST]
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