Erin Andrews tells Oprah Winfrey about the hidden nude video scandal that has been a "nightmare" for the ESPN reporter.
In an interview that will air Friday, September 11, Andrews says she "opened up the computer (and) could feel my heart pounding."
The five-minute video that was reportedly shot at a hotel without her knowledge. Andrews' attorney told the AP they plan to seek criminal charges and file lawsuits against the person who shot the video and anyone who publishes it.
Meanwhile, she tells Oprah that getting back to work is "really going to help me heal my wounds." She'll be the sideline reporter for ESPN's broadcast of South Carolina at North Carolina State -- the first time she's been back to broadcast since news of the video broke.
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