Since that day, Erin says she often feels paranoid and anxious. "If I'm in a hotel or in my house, I feel like I'm being videotaped," she says.
With her help, law enforcement is narrowing the scope of its investigation. "I do know that I am a victim of a stalker, because we know that this happened in at least two rooms," she says. "I was getting ready to go work a college football game in at least one of the videos I was able to identify."
Though her lawyers are working to remove every trace of the video, Erin says officials have told her it's an uphill battle. "I was told by law enforcement, 'You're just going to have to get used to the fact you'll probably never get it all off,'" she says. "It keeps popping up."
The images have also been used in the continuing media coverage of Erin's story, which she says makes her relive the situation over and over again. "There was no need to show those. I'm a crime victim," Erin says. "Help us find this person. Help us understand why this could happen."