Erin Andrews' stalker, who videotaped the ESPN star through a peephole in her hotel room door, also videotaped 16 other women and filed background checks on 30 others, according to court documents filed Monday by federal prosecutors.
Michael Barrett's list of women he researched online or videotaped included a bevy of female sports reporters and TV personalities, though the names of the women were not disclosed.
The background checks Barrett conducted are capable of producing information from birthdays to home addresses, according to the court documents.
Barrett pleaded guilty to interstate stalking and agreed to a 27-month prison sentence for the Andrews case during a December hearing, when he admitted he had rented hotel rooms adjacent to Andrews on three occasions and shot video of her naked two times.
Prosecutors said videos provided by Web site DailyMotion.com showed Barrett "victimized approximately 16 other women in almost precisely the same way that he victimized" the sports broadcaster.
Andrews testified during the December hearing that she was emotionally devastated by Barrett's actions, a sentiment she echoed on "The Oprah Winfrey Show."
The paperwork indicates Andrews wants Barrett to pay her some $335,000 in restitution.