ESPN Reporter Complains Of Harassment In 911 Call

ESPN reporter Erin Andrews smiles on the red carpet at the 2009 ESPY Awards in LA on July 15, 2009 ESPN reporter Erin Andrews smiles on the red carpet at the 2009 ESPY Awards in LA on July 15, 2009

Police have released tapes of a 911 call in which ESPN sideline reporter Erin Andrews complains that paparazzi are gathered outside her suburban Atlanta home.

Andrews has been the subject of intense media focus since she was surreptitiously videotaped nude in a hotel room.

In an audio tape released Wednesday, she tells a DeKalb County 911 operator that she’s being treated like Britney Spears and it “sucks.” She made the call July 22.

Andrews identifies herself and tells the operator, “I’m all over the news right now,” and describes herself as “the girl that was videotaped in my hotel room in the nude.”

Andrews is clearly frustrated and uses expletives to describe two men who she says also knocked on her door.

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