First, I've been keeping up with this story through Deadspin - the gold standard for stories such as this. Below is the rundown of the events that have happened since last Thursday.
- Click here for Part II of the EA story. (I believe Part I is in the history books.)
- Click here for Part III.
- Click here for Part IV.
- Click here for Part V.
- Click here for Part VI.
- Click here for Part VII.
EA's attorney, Marshall Grossman, will seek criminal charges and file civil lawsuits against the unknown cameraman and anyone who publishes the material. This is why you'd have to look long and hard for the video and this is why if there has ever been anyone to defy lawyers, authorities, or ESPN, it's Barstool Sports (out of Boston) - your go-to blog when everyone else runs and hides.
Where this chain of events leads us to next is anyone's guess. The bottom line is that this kind of publicity has turned into a PR nightmare for ESPN and Erin Andrews. And what makes matters worse is that this pervert that probably went to an online spy shop and bought this video surveillance equipment after he found out Erin was coming to town is proving to be quite the professional criminal. It's been almost 5 full days and still nothing.