FILE - This March 15, 2010 file photo shows ESPN...

FILE - This March 15, 2010 file photo shows ESPN reporter Erin Andrews reacting during a news conference on the sentence of her stalker outside the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. An attorney for Erin Andrews said Friday April 2, 2010 the ESPN reporter and "Dancing with the Stars" contestant has been getting death threats. Credit: AP

The Norfolk office of the FBI is investigating death threats against ESPN sportscaster and "Dancing With the Stars" contestant Erin Andrews, indicating they may have originated in Virginia.

Norfolk FBI spokesman Phil Mann said Monday that no arrests have been made. He declined to comment on a report by the celebrity gossip site TMZ that the e-mails were sent from someone in Newport News, The Associated Press reports.

Andrews' attorney Marshall Grossman said last week that since September at least a dozen e-mails have been sent to a media outlet threatening his client.

He said the messages discuss the case of Michael David Barrett, who was sentenced last month to 2 1/2 years in federal prison for secretly shooting nude videos of Andrews. Grossman says the e-mails were at first sexual but the most recent threatened her.

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