ESPN reporter Erin Andrews, 31, apparently is tired over all the attention she has received since being secretly videotaped while changing in her hotel room.
On July 22, she made a 9-1-1 call to Dunwoody, Ga., police in northeast Atlanta that featured a curse-laden rant, complaining about a “suspicious person” outside her Dekalb County home.
“I have been in the news recently about being in a hotel naked, and I have paparazzi outside my window, and I was told by law enforcement that if I did, to call 911,” she says in the 911 call. “These guys are sitting in their car outside my house right now.”
When the operator said she was unfamiliar with the situation, Andrews responded, “I’m the girl who was videotaped without her knowing, without her clothes on in her hotel.”
Andrews says “two assholes” are outside. “I’m in a gated community. I don’t know how they got in,” she says. “I did nothing wrong, and I’m being treated like fucking Britney Spears, and it sucks.”
“I’m so sorry,” says the operator.
When police finally arrived, they discovered a local news reporter, looking for an interview. The “suspicious person” was allowed to leave without incident….or an interview.
Andrews also recently took a pounding while working. She was clipped on the chin by a foul ball from New York Mets batter Alex Cora in a game July 10. She was treated at a hospital.