LOS ANGELES -- An insurance executive from Illinois accused of secretly videotaping ESPN reporter Erin Andrews in the nude pleaded not guilty to one count of interstate stalking Monday.
Prosecutors say 48-year-old Michael Barrett found hotels where Andrews was staying three times last year.
They say he rented an adjacent room, altered the peephole and shot videos of Andrews.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Steven Grimes said Barrett also uploaded videos of other unsuspecting nude women to the Internet.
Yes there are other women, Grimes said. "He has used his computer to disseminate these videos to the world."
Barrett is accused of making the videos by modifying peepholes using a hacksaw and a cell phone camera, and then trying to sell them to Los Angeles-based celebrity gossip site TMZ.
Andrews appears in at least eight videos nude. An FBI affidavit said Barrett specifically asked for a room next to Andrews at a Tennessee hotel where seven videos were likely taken. An eighth video may have been shot at a Milwaukee hotel.
Barrett's attorney has said his client has no criminal record and has deep regret for the circumstances that have prompted the charges.
Barrett remains free after posting a $100,000 bond Friday.
Judge Carolyn Turchin set the amount after Andrews' attorney called Barrett's alleged behavior calculated, cunning and secretive and said he posed a threat to the public.
Interstate stalking carries a maximum penalty of five years in federal prison and a fine of $250,000.
Suspected Erin Andrews Stalker Pleads Not Guilty