Attorney criticizes hotel in sportscaster-video case

10/6/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The attorney for ESPN sportscaster Erin Andrews criticized the Nashville Marriott in Tennessee for granting a man's request to be booked in a room adjoining Andrews' room. The man, Michael David Barrett, faces charges related to a video he allegedly made through a peephole of Andrews in her room, nude. According to American Hotel & Lodging Association CEO Joe McInerney, most hotels have policies preventing people from booking adjacent rooms unless both parties make the request: "They don't know what your motives are," he said, noting that most hotels won't even confirm or deny a guest's presence.

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