Fox Sports broadcaster Erin Andrews was diagnosed with cervical cancer in October of last year, just six months after the conclusion of her lawsuit against Marriott and her stalker, Michael David Barrett.
The jury in Erin Andrews’s civil suit against the Nashville Marriott reached a verdict today. Andrews claimed that the hotel disclosed her room number to her stalker and allowed him to stay in the room next to hers—from which he was able to use a peephole to record her undressing—and asked for $75 million in damages.…
A representative for the ownership group of the Marriott Nashville at Vanderbilt admitted that the Erin Andrews peephole video at the center of her lawsuit was played at his dinner table Tuesday night, but denied being the one who played it.
Sportscaster Erin Andrews went to the stand for her second day of testimony in her lawsuit against the Marriott Nashville at Vanderbilt, which she accuses of giving her hotel room number to her stalker and putting him in the room next to hers. On cross examination, one of Marriott’s attorneys, Marc Dedman, suggested…
Fox broadcaster Erin Andrews took the stand today in the trial over her civil suit against the Nashville hotel where she was videotaped undressing through her hotel room peephole. In one of the most frightening bits of testimony in a case full of them, Andrews explained how ESPN—her employer at the time—forced her to…
In court this week for the Fox broadcaster’s civil suit against a Nashville hotel, Erin Andrews’s lawyer claimed that the hotel disclosed her room number to her stalker, then gave him the room next to hers, from where he used a peephole to record videos of her undressing.
This past December, Colleen Dominguez filed an age and gender discrimination lawsuit against Fox Sports 1. In the complaint, Dominguez, who came to the network in 2014 as a sideline and features reporter after a long run at ESPN, alleged that all the choice assignments were given to younger reporters, most notably…
Hunter Pence shitting all over Erin Andrews's question was bad enough, but then he had to go and make things even worse by apologizing for it. The last thing you want to hear from someone who just made things awkward is "Uh, sorry for making things awkward."
Pam Oliver will have one more season as a Fox Sports sideline reporter, although she'll no longer team up with Fox's "A" crew of Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. Oliver has written an account for Essence of how Fox broke the news to her, and on where sideline reporting is headed.
From Boston.com comes the news that NESN is doing away with its simulcast of the 'Dennis and Callahan' show when the broadcasting rights contract expires in September.
In the landscape of trash fires that is sports talk radio, the Dennis and Callahan show on WEEI in Boston is probably the most consistently trash fire-y. The latest piece of evidence in support of that statement comes from Kirk Minihane, who on this morning's show went on a misogynistic mini-rant about Fox Sports…
While it was pretty clear that Brooke Burke was unceremoniously fired from her job hosting Dancing with the Stars, a new rumor indicates DWTS producers might have gotten rid of her as part of a dubious plan to target a specific crop of new viewers.
In a slightly bizarre turn of events, sports reporter Erin Andrews is the new host of Dancing with the Stars, replacing actress Brooke Burke, who was clearly fired. Hmm.
Kevin Harlan spent nearly five minutes sandbagging her, but it took him four minutes and 12 seconds to say "Erin Andrews." We're all a little Richard Sherman'd out at this point to be sure, but there's been an equally disturbing conversation happening alongside the "thug" discussion. Apparently Richard Sherman…
Richard Sherman helped send the Seahawks to the Super Bowl. Then he unleashed something on Erin Andrews in a brief but very angry post-game interview. C'mon, Rick, save it for Skip Bayless.
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton spoke with Erin Andrews after a tight win over the Falcons for the NFC South title. There was a funny failure to communicate at one point, a few seconds after the minute mark in the video.
If there's one thing about this World Series to be thankful for, it's the the fact that Red Sox closer Koji Uehara and his son Kaz have been thrown into the national spotlight.
You're not looking at any ordinary videobombing. This duo—that will now be known as Beardo and Dreads—was dedicated to their creep game. Props.