ESPN Producer Who Invented “Crew Cam” Arrested For Peep & Pull

Neil Goldberg, the ESPN senior motorsports producer who created Crew Cam (which gives viewers the perspective of a NASCAR pit crew member), was arrested on a warrant charging him with public indecency, simple trespass, disorderly conduct and breach of peace.

A woman walking her dog told police she saw the 52-year-old man standing on a stool and masturbating while peering in a window, Lt. Marshall Porter said. He stopped and went back inside his home when he spotted the woman. Possibly to finish in private.

“He (Goldberg) admitted to masturbating as he watched a woman get dressed,” according to TBL.

ESPN, the Entertain yourself by Spying and Pulling it Network. Erin Andrews must be thrilled she re-signed.

ESPN sports reporter Erin Andrews is shown at work at the Major League Baseball All-Star Home Run Derby on Monday, July 13, 2009 in St. Louis, Missouri. ESPN network said Andrews was videotaped in the nude via a peephole while alone in a hotel room. The video has been posted on the Internet. (UPI Photo/Bill Greenblatt) Photo via Newscom

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