Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Inside Edition: ESPN Sportslechers Can Still Find the Hotties at Vandy Marriott

Posted By on Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 3:33 PM

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TV tabloid Inside Edition put sportsvixen Lisa Guerrero up at the Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt, just to see if the troubling lapses in guest privacy that led to the alleged peeping of ESPN's Erin Andrews in September 2008 were fixed.

So correspondent Jim Moret requested a room next to Guerrero. When he showed up to check in, the show's site reports, "the hotel confirmed that Lisa Guerrero was a guest and that she had already checked in. They did not give Moret a room next to her, but they did tell him Guerrero was staying just one floor below."

According to the site, Guerrero wasn't notified that someone had requested a room next to hers.  Professional creepster Michael David Barrett, 47, has been accused of requesting rooms near Andrews in Milwaukee and Nashville for the sole purpose of catching skin on camera. The complaint says he used a hacksaw to alter peepholes and recorded Andrews with his cellphone. Eight videos--seven of them made in Nashville--are said to have been posted on the Internet. He's been charged with interstate stalking.

Andrews' attorney is of the opinion that giving out guest information to random, sweaty-palmed, middle-aged dudes is not advisable. If it makes you feel any better, the Sheraton Music City was a little more discerning. They actually bothered to ask Moret if he knew Guerrero.

(h/t: Deadspin via Corinne.)

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