An ESPN spokesman confirms the network has fired production assistant, Brooke Hundley, whose affair Steve Phillips led to his firing. Read more on Brooke Hundley’s termination and see more photos and the letter Brooke Hundley wrote Phillips’ wife Marni below.
Spokesman Mike Soltys said Monday that production assistant, Brooke Hundley, that had an affair with Steve Phillips was also fired by ESPN.
ESPN fired Steve Phillips on Sunday night, a week after he admitted to the affair with the 22-year-old assistant.
ESPN has stated that Phillips’ ability to be an effective representative of the network had been “irreparably damaged.”
Steve Phillips’ wife, Marni Phillips, told police in Wilton, Conn., that Hundley called her, sent her a letter and visited their home after he broke off the affair. Hundley also contacted Phillips’ 16-year-old son through his Facebook account, according to the police report.
Phillips signed a statement to police that he would not press charges.
In 1998, Steve Phillips admitted having sex with a Mets employee, who sued for sexual harassment. That case was settled out of court. The Mets fired Phillips in 2003.
Here’s the letter crazy bitch Brooke Hundley wrote to Steve Phillips’ wife Marni:
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