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Sportscaster Erin Andrews has settled her lawsuit against the Nashville Marriott that allowed a stalker to record a nude video of her through a door peephole in 2008.

The exact terms of the agreement that was reached on Monday morning remain confidential.

“This litigation is over,” said Andrews’ lawyer Randall Kinnard, to the The Tennessean. Adding: “Erin Andrews is satisfied with the settlement, the terms of which are confidential.”

Andrews was awarded $55 million in damages for the secretly-recorded nude video back in March. However, a legal expert told PEOPLE that it would be be difficult for Andrews to get all of that money.

The Dancing With The Stars co-host had sued the franchise owner of the Nashville Marriott, West End Partners; the Windsor Capital Group that manages the hotel and Michael Barrett, the man who filmed Andrews by removing peepholes from her door and pointing his cell phone camera into her room.

Andrews said in a statement back in March: “I would like to thank the Nashville court, the court personnel and the jury for their service. 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.”

Barrett pleaded guilty to stalking in 2009 and served prison time. The former delivery truck driver testified during the trial that his motivation for filming Andrews was financial, and that he was “not proud” of what he had done.