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The person behind the secret nude video of Erin Andrews is not yet known, but what is abundantly clear is that this pervert has serious issues.

The tape’s owner is shopping it to celebrity gossip sites left and right. As it is an egregious violation of privacy, there have been no takers. Yet.

From what our sources are telling us, the video of Erin Andrews nude was shot from some sort of spy cam. She does not know she is being filmed.

Erin Andrews and Tom Bergeron

The theory: Someone drilled a small peephole in the wall of a hotel room where the gorgeous ESPN reporter was staying from an adjoining room.

The tiny camera used to film her was clearly being operated by someone in the process, as it follows the unsuspecting Andrews around the room.

That Erin Andrews has no idea she was being filmed naked makes the incident the farthest thing from sexy. It’s just upsetting and unfortunate.

While it appears she was in a high-end hotel when she was clandestinely filmed naked, Erin Andrews does not know when or where she was taped.

What she does know is that she is not taking it lightly. Erin hired one of the most powerful attorneys in L.A. in Marshall B. Grossman, who is trying to figure out the details behind the footage to plot his legal strategy.

As he does that, Grossman already released the following statement to the media: “While alone in the privacy of her hotel room, Erin Andrews was surreptitiously videotaped without her knowledge or consent.”

Erin’s employer, ESPN, is also furious about the situation, and released its own statement: “Erin has been grievously wronged. Our people and resources are in full support of her as she deals with this abhorrent act.”

It was not clear what hotel the video was filmed in or when it was made. The Erin Andrews nude video is being pulled from the Internet left and right.

We don’t suggest you try to find it either. Thousands who attempted to received a nastily appropriate prize for their voyeurism. Hackers set up bogus websites claiming to have the video, with links actually containing viruses.