Erin Andrews Erin Andrews

The man accused of videotaping ESPN reporter Erin Andrews nude in her hotel room has been released on bail following a hearing in Chicago, according to E!.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Arlander Keys ordered Michael David Barrett, 47, to be confined to his home with an electronic ankle monitor. He is allowed to leave for work and to run errands, but must be home from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. He's also been ordered to unplug his Internet connection, reports E!

Man arrested in filming of Erin Andrews

Barrett faces federal charges of interstate stalking for recording the videos, trying to sell them, and posting them online, The Associated Press reported.

Barrett will remain on house arrest until an Oct. 23 hearing in Los Angeles, where the charges were first filed.

Naked video of ESPN reporter used to spread virus

Following Barrett's first hearing in Chicago, his attorney, Richard Beuke, told reporters that he's never known his client to be in trouble before, according to AP. "I don't think he's even had a traffic ticket," Beuke said. "He's as regular a guy as you'll ever meet — a great friend."