Fox NFL sportscaster Erin Andrews does not forgive the man who filmed her through a hotel room door peephole while she was nude.
In 2008, a truck driver named Michael David Barrett filmed Andrews nude in a Nashville hotel room and shared the explicit video online. In 2009, Barrett pleaded guilty to stalking the sportscaster and served 30 months in prison.
During the trial Andrews testified and said, "All I wanted to do is be respected, be the girl who loves sports, and now I’m the girl with the scandal. It’s embarrassing."
“It’s on the internet now,” she added. “And I’ve been told it’s going to be on the internet until I die.”
In an upcoming interview with NBC News' Megyn Kelly, Andrews admitted that she doesn't have any plans for forgiving the peeping Tom.
“He said he hoped one day you could forgive him,” Kelly said to Andrews in a preview clip for their upcoming interview. “Have you?”
"No ... Because I have to relieve it all the time," she answered bluntly. "It’s shaped who I am as a person. It messed with my family. It hurt my mom and dad so bad and it still does. And you don’t get any sort of pass for doing that.”
Andrews sued Barrett and was awarded $55 million in 2016. Barrett, the Marriott hotel franchise and the hotel's owners divvied up the payout to Andrews.
In January 2017, Andrews announced that she'd battled cervical cancer during the 2016-17 NFL season after a September 2016 diagnosis. She revealed that she had undergone treatment and was cancer-free.
Her interview with Kelly is the first post-diagnosis interview.
Andrews' interview with Kelly airs at 7 p.m. ET Sunday during “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” on NBC.
See more in the clip below.