"There are no words to tell Ms. Andrews how sorry I am for what I've done to her," he said. "I hope someday she can forgive me."
Andrews, who according to an Associated Press account was visibly nervous as she spoke, urged the judge for a harsher sentence.
"You violated me and you violated all women," Andrews told Barrett. "You are a sexual predator, a sexual deviant and they should lock you up."
After the sentencing, Andrews said, "Thirty months isn't enough."
Barrett's lawyer, David Willingham, said his client is undergoing psychological treatment and "has sought the path of redemption."
He added: "Mr. Barrett has lost everything he built throughout his life. He's lost his career, his fiancee and his life savings. He knows that he brought this on himself."
Andrews said she had no sympathy for Barrett's claim that he was publicly humiliated.
"It's my body on the Internet," she said. "I'm being traumatized every single day for what he did. ... This will never be over for me."
Below is TMZ video of Andrews' arrival Sunday night at LAX.