Man Accused of Filming ESPN’s Erin Andrews Released on Bond, Banned From Internet

Oct 6, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Michael D. Barrett, a Westmont, Ill., insurance executive who was arrested and accused of making surreptitious nude videos of ESPN’s Erin Andrews, was released on $4,500 bond, ordered to wear an ankle monitoring bracelet, and banned from using the Internet, reports the Associated Press.

A federal prosecutor said Andrews may not have been the only victim; Barrett apparently secretly filmed other nude women and posted the videos on the Web.

Barrett will face federal charges of interstate stalking later in the month in a Los Angeles court.

–Elizabeth Jensen

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