Erin Andrews 'Nervous' About Confronting Stalker in Court

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As the man convicted of stalking her faces sentencing in a Los Angeles courtroom, ESPN reporter Erin Andrews says she is “very nervous” about the outcome of the case.

Michael Barrett, a 48-year-old Chicago-area insurance executive, has pleaded guilty to interstate stalking and agreed to a 27-month prison sentence.

Andrews is expected to address the court and talk to reporters after the Monday hearing.

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Her attorney has said she did not agree to the sentence outlined in the plea bargain, and a sentencing memo filed last month noted that she wants Barrett to pay her about $335,000 in restitution.

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    TMZ cameras caught up with Andrews, who said if it were up to her, Barrett would never be released from jail.

    “[This case] has impacted my life for the last nine months, I’m very nervous,” she said before adding that the court date is a “very important” moment for her.

    Andrews works as a sideline reporter for ESPN's game telecasts.

    She will also appear on the new season of ABC-TV's "Dancing with the Stars."