Erin Andrews has finally revealed how much she is seeking in her peephole-video lawsuit — $75 million.

The sexy Fox NFL sideline reporter is asking Marriott International and several other defendants to cough up the money for her being secretly videotaped in the nude in her Tennessee hotel room in 2008, according to court records obtained by The Smoking Gun.

Andrews, 37, who also co-hosts ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” filed the suit in Nashville Circuit Court back in December 2011, claiming the defendants were guilty of negligence and invasion of privacy after a stalker named Michael David Barrett managed to film her through her peephole.

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Barrett, who is also being sued, later posted the explicit clips online — sparking the FBI to open an investigation after the footage went viral. He eventually pleaded guilty to stalking and was sentenced to 30 months in prison.

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Andrews claims that Marriott is ultimately in the wrong because its employees were the ones who told Barrett she had been staying at the hotel, gave him her room number — and then agreed to place the perv in the room next door.

Since a trial date was set for late-February, defense lawyers last month sought a court order directing Andrews to provide a specific damages amount.

On Tuesday, Andrews filed her amended complaint and included the $75 million claim, first reported by The Smoking Gun.

Her lawyers and the defendants expect the trial to last just 10 days.

This story first appeared in the NY Post.

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