Apparently, ESPN sportscaster and 'Dancing With The Stars' contestant Erin Andrews has been receieving e-mails threatening her life.
The e-mails were sent to the "Dan Patrick Show" (on radio, and DirecTv), by a man in Newport News, Virginia. He's been sending them since September, but Andrews was not told of the threats until last Thursday.
The e-mails were (at first) sexual in nature, but turned violent on March.
The FBI is investigating the threats... and security on the set of “Dancing with the Stars” has been increased.
The sicko wrote:
March 29, 2010 -- "Dear Dan: I hope Erin Andrews gets murdered in L.A."
March 26, 2010 -- "I hope she gets shot in the face. I would love to see if she can dance away from a hail of gunfire. That would really make my day."
March 14, 2010 -- "I would love to get close enough to her to show her my suicide vest."
The FBI knows the identity of the man who sent the emails.
ERIN WON'T QUIT 'DWTS'
Erin Andrews says despite receiving the death threats, she plans to keep dancing with pro partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
She tells People magazine: "I'm glad I'm here. I have a dance on Monday and I don't want to let Maks down, I don't want to let my family down, and I don't want to let myself down. I'm not going to stop living my life."
"I don't quit on things. It's not an option for me."
(Just last month, a fella who recorded nude videos of Andrews through peepholes and then posted them on the Internet, was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to the interstate stalking of the reporter.)