Erin Andrews is still feeling the affects of being secretly videotaped by a stalker who followed her around the country, according to her attorney.

Randall Kinnard presented his opening statement for Andrews in court Tuesday as part of a lawsuit against a Nashville hotel and admitted stalker Michael David Barrett, among others.

"This is so humiliating to her -- and it continues," Kinnard said of Andrews invasion of privacy, which ended up in at least one video uploaded online in 2008.

"Dancing with the Stars" co-host and Fox Sports reporter is looking to get $75 million in damages from the defendants, which also include West End Hotel Partners and Windsor Capital Group.

Marriott International, Inc., originally named a defendant in the case, has been dismissed from the suit.

The jury, selected from a pool of 50 to 60 people Monday, will reportedly hear from psychiatrists about the negative effects Barrett's actions has had on Andrews.

Andrews is said to suffer from a mild case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder since becoming aware of the secret recordings, among other stress-related issues.

Defendant Barrett, an Illinois insurance executive, secretly recorded Andrews through altered peep holes in her hotel room doors.

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After failing to sell any of the videos to celebrity gossip sites, Barrett posted a nude video of Andrews online.

In Tuesday's hearing, Andrews' attorneys claimed hotel employees granted Barrett's requests to move to a room neighboring hers "without [Andrews'] consent or knowledge."

In 2009, Barrett pleaded guilty to stalking Andrews and was ultimately sentenced to 30 months in prison.

Andrews said during a court hearing at the time she had been humiliated and embarrassed, "and my career has been ripped apart."