Erin Andrews, the ESPN reporter filmed naked on hidden camera in a hotel room, called 911 recently to complain about paparazzi lingering outside her home, telling the operator, "I did nothing wrong, and I'm being treated like f*****g Britney Spears."
Andrews, a popular sidelines reporter at the cable network, made headlines earlier this month when a surreptitious video of her changing in a hotel room went viral on the Internet, topping the list of Google's most-searched items for days.
Andrews told the operator that two men were lurking outside her home, looking inside windows.
"I have been in the news recently about being in the hotel naked and I have paparazzi outside and I was told by law enforcement that if I did, to call 911," she said in a call to the Dekalb County, Ga., 911. "My name is Erin. My last name is Andrews. I'm all over the news right now," the 31-year-old sportscaster explains. "I'm the girl that was videotaped without her knowing, without her clothes on in the hotel."
Andrews described the paparazzi as two white men in a white SUV.
"They're looking at me through my window… I'm in a gated community. I don't know how they got in," she said.
Andrews has kept a low profile since the videos, shot by an unknown peeping tom, went viral. She has not appeared on television or spoken with the media.
In the 911 tape she indicates she was with her mother.
Police responded to the call, but the alleged paparazzi had already left the scene by the time of their arrival, said Sgt. Mike Carlson of the Dunwoody Police Deparment.
The nude videos of Andrews appear to have been shot through a makeshift hole in a wall. They show Andrews undressing and appearing nude in an unknown hotel room, apparently unaware that she is being filmed.
The Web site TMZ.com has viewed several pieces of footage and surmised there are six separate clips circulating online, four filmed at one hotel and two from a second.
According to the site, the first set of videos was filmed through a round hole, and the second set filmed through a jagged hole. There is reportedly different furniture in each of the rooms.
TMZ speculates that the alleged peeping tom was someone -- possibly an ESPN employee -- who had knowledge of Andrews' schedule.
A spokesman for ESPN, which like ABC News is owned by the Walt Disney Company, would not confirm that the investigation was focusing on any one person or group of people.
"In conjunction with Erin's attorney we are looking at all possibilities," said spokesman Josh Krulewitz.
Many of the Web sites initially hosting the clip have since removed it, but the video continues to live on the Internet in cached versions.