After naked peephole video scandal, ESPN's Erin Andrews fears paparazzi, makes 911 call
ESPN reporter Erin Andrews called cops over fears she was being stalked by paparazzi.
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A 911 call made by ESPN correspondent Erin Andrews, in which she told how she feared paparazzi were camped outside of her home, was released Wednesday.
In the call placed Wednesday, July 22, according to TMZ, Andrews told a Dekalb County operator in Georgia that there were two men parked in front of her gated community home.
The reporter, who was secretly videotaped naked in her hotel room, can be heard on a recording of the call on TMZ saying, "I have been in the news recently about being in the hotel naked and I have paparazzi outside my window and I was told by law enforcement that if I did to call 911."
The operator replied that while she was unaware of the story, officers were being sent to her home.
"I did nothing wrong and I'm being treated like [explicitive] Britney Spears and it sucks," Andrews continued.
She and her family identified the vehicle parked outside.
"They know I'm inside. I have private security that I'm working with, but they're not with me currently and they said call 911 ... I'm in a gated community. I don't know how they got in."
No arrest has been made,