Erin Andrews sues seven hotels for giving stalker her room number

erin-andrews-espy-3.jpgESPN reporter Erin Andrews, who was videotaped nude in hotel rooms by a stalker, filed a lawsuit Thursday (July 15) against seven hotels for giving out her room numbers to her stalker.

According to KTLA, Andrews filed the negligence and invasion of privacy suit against Marriott International Inc.; West End Hotel Partners LLC and Nashville Marriott At Vanderbilt University; Windsor Capital Group Inc.; Radisson Hotels International Inc.; Ashtel Inc. and Radisson Hotel Milwaukee Airport; Ohio State University and The Blackwell Inn; and Preferred Hotel Group Inc. and Summit Hotels & Resorts.

Whew. That's a lot of hotels.

Andrews, a former contestant on "Dancing with the Stars," is asking for more than $1.2 million from the hotels and she's also suing Barrett for "severe and permanent emotional distress."