LOS ANGELES (AP) — Erin Andrews has been getting death threats in a stream of e-mails to a media outlet, an attorney for the ESPN reporter and "Dancing with the Stars" contestant said Friday.
Attorney Marshall Grossman said that a man had sent at least a dozen e-mails since September threatening Andrews. DirecTV provided them to Andrews` representatives Thursday, but it was not immediately clear to whom the e-mails were addressed.
The e-mails were at first sexual, but the most recent were explicitly violent and "threatened Erin with murder," Grossman said. They also had details about location and method.
The messages discuss the case of Michael David Barrett, who w...