EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - In a 14NEWS follow up, one woman speaking out in the wake of the Erin Andrews lawsuit decision yesterday.
Andrews was awarded $55 million after a civil lawsuit claimed she was secretly recorded during a hotel stay.
A naked video of Andrews was later released.
Today, reporter Jess Raatz spoke to Elisabeth Gatewood, thirteen years after we first shared her story.
A man was accused of peeping at her at an Evansville tanning salon.
She says the incident still haunts her today.
"I've never been so scared, horrified, embarrassed. I didn't know what to think."
In the early 2000's, Elisabeth Gatewood started tanning on a weekly basis, to get ready for a cruise.
One night, when Elisabeth was finished, she looked up and saw a man staring at her.
" Before I knew it, there he was and I kept screaming and nothing happened."
Elisabeth says news of the Erin Andrew lawsuit, breaking yesterday, brought back a flood of emotions still crystal clear in her mind over 13 years ago.
Elisabeth keeps her head on a swivel, constantly thinking someone is watching her.
She wants other victims to stand up, just like she did.
" What starts by looking through a tanning bed, can escalate to raping a child, and then murder. It has to stop somewhere, and if we don't speak up we'll be sorry."