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Erin Andrews, Court Appearance

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Erin Andrews has a lot to be thankful for these days.

Just yesterday the judge in her peeping tom lawsuit awarded her $55 million. The sportscaster sued Marriott Nashville for $75 million in 2008 after Michael David Barrett posted a video of her getting changed online that he had filmed through a peephole in an adjacent room. He pleaded guilty in 2009 to stalking Andrews and filming the video.

He was sentenced to 30 months in prison.

Now that the trial has come to an end, a source tells E! News that she is "surrounded by her friends and family at this time" and is trying to move on with her life. "She has so many mixed emotions inside, but mainly feels at peace with the verdict," the source says.

"The verdict hasn't healed her. She still has many things to work though."

Despite it all, the Fox Sports broadcaster has a solid group to help her get through all the legal drama that has plagued her as of late, especially her boyfriend Jarret Stoll.

Erin Andrews, Jarret Stoll

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"Erin has the support system of wonderful people around her. Her boyfriend has been by her side through these past few hard months. They are really such a great couple," the insider adds. "He is a very understanding man and extremely sensitive toward Erin's feelings. He is husband material and they have only gotten closer over this time. Erin is looking forward to getting back to work and put all of this behind her.

"She is extremely positive," the source adds.

After the verdict was read, Andrews released a statement on Twitter expressing her gratitude to everyone involved in the case.

"I would like to thank the Nashville court, the court personnel and the jury for their service," Andrews wrote. "The support I've received from the people of Nashville has been overwhelming. I would also like to thank my family, friends, and legal team. I've been honored by all the support from victims around the world. Their outreach has helped me be able to stand up and hold accountable those whose job it is to protect everyone's safety, security and privacy."

The jury found Barrett to be at 51 percent fault, making him responsible for $28 million. West End Hotel Partners, which owns and operates that Nashville Marriott at Vanderbilt University, was found to be 49 percent at fault and asked to pay out more than $26 million.