When ESPN reporter Erin Andrews spotted "suspicious people" lurking around her Georgia home last week, she called 911 on them and did not hold back.
Describing to the dispatcher just how she feels about her recent video scandal, her call for assistance soon turned into a frustrated, foul-mouthed rant.
The hotel peep hole video of Erin Andrews naked, which she did not know was being filmed, has catapulted the beautiful reporter into the news in a manner she never envisioned, nor asked for. And she's rightfully upset about it.
In the call, before she even says her name, a pissed-off Erin says she has paparazzi outside her house, calling them "jerks," "a$$holes" and pointing out that "I've been in the news recently about being in a hotel naked."
The dispatcher's response? "Oh ... I'm so sorry."
Erin Andrews has not had the best of weeks.
Asked to read off the license plate number of photographers' car, Erin, who was with her mom, said: "Let me see if I can read it. I can not believe these guys are knocking on my door. Such a$$holes! ... Mom, you're totally being obvious."
Increasingly frustrated about the nude hotel video, Erin goes on to say, "I did nothing wrong and I'm being treated like f***ing Britney Spears and it sucks."
It turns out that the dudes were just news reporters hoping to secure an interview with Andrews, and were allowed by police to leave without being cited.
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