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October 24, 2009

ESPN’s Steve Phillips Affair with mistress Brooke Hundley … Fatal Attraction, the Sequel … Pics and 911 Call

Posted in: Bizarre,Celebrity,Media,Scandal,Sports,WTF

The movie Fatal Attraction comes to real life in the Steve Phillips-Brooke Hundley affair …

What is going on at ESPN? What was Steve Phillips thinking? Not only did Steve Phillips probably ruin his sports career with ESPN and elsewhere more importantly, he also ruined his marriage as his wife Marni Phillips has filed for divorce (divorce complaint). All over a three night stand. Guys might want to read this full story before ever thinking about cheating on your wife. It would appear that Steve Phillips never saw the movie Fatal Attraction.


Steve Phillips, left, Brooke Hundley, rt

46 year old Steve Phillips, ESPN baseball analyst and former GM of the NY Mets, has been implicated in a sex scandal with his 22 year old production assistant Brooke Hundley. The affair came to light as the jilted lover cyberstalked Phillips son. It’s bad enough that Steve Phillips had to have an affair, but to put his wife and family in harms way. He should be ashamed. All one has to do is listen to the 911 call below to hear the fear in Marni Phillps voice.

Brooke Hundley

Hundley also contacted their 16-year-old son through the Internet, the report says. She set up a Facebook account using the name of a schoolmate and impersonated another student to reach him via AOL Instant Messenger.

“She asked specific inappropriate questions about my parents such as: ‘Do they sleep in the same bed?’” the son told cops. “‘Do you think they will be getting a divorce?’”

Then placed a very inappropriate letter to Phillips wife at her home.

The infidelity came to light after three-night-stand Brooke Hundley cyberstalked his teenage son and left a tawdry letter at his Connecticut home.

In a police report, Steve Phillips said he feared Hundley, a low-level ESPN employee, might harm his family.

“This woman has clearly displayed erratic behavior and delusional tendencies,” he told Wilton, Conn., cops Aug. 21.

“Despite the fact that she has been spoken to by a police detective, I have extreme concerns about the health and safety of my wife, my kids and myself,” he said.

The Letter: (Full letter can be read HERE)

“Whether he chooses to stay in a loveless marriage for his kids or to move on and be with someone whom he says makes him feel better than he’s ever felt, it’s up to him,” Hundley wrote, noting that Steve Phillips has birthmarks on his crotch and thigh. “But at least everything’s now out in the open.”

Marni Phillips said in a frantic 911 call (listen to 911 call here): “I have a crazy woman who is involved with my husband and she’s come to my house to harm me and my children.” Please hurry and catch her – she’s crazy.”

Steve Phillips has taken a leave of absence from ESPN in the wake of this sex scandal.

“I am deeply sorry that I have put my family and colleagues through this. It is a personal matter that I will not comment on further,” Phillips, 46, said in a statement Wednesday.

He said he asked ESPN for a leave “to address this with my family and to avoid any unnecessary distractions through the balance of the baseball playoffs.”

ESPN, which had suspended Phillips after learning of the affair, said it granted his request and had no further comment.

He also admitted a 1998 affair while with the Mets, and a sexual harassment case was settled out of court after that infidelity. The former GM admitted to sleeping with a female team employee, Rosa Rodriguez, in 1998.

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