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Brooke Hundley Roasts ESPN on the CBS Early Show

Brooke Hundley, the 23-year-old former ESPN employee who had an affair with Steve Phillips, appeared on the CBS Early Show on Thursday morning and had some not-so-nice things to say about the way ESPN does business behind the scenes.  Hundley has sued ESPN for more than $15,ooo in damages claiming that she was terminated as a result of complaints she filed about Steve Phillips’ conduct.  Whether the things she told the Early Show are true or not, ESPN’s big-wigs can’t be pleased that she’s claiming sexual harassment is a part of every day life as a female employee of ESPN and doing it on national television.  Check out the video of Brooke Hundley talking about ESPN and her affair with Steve Phillips on the CBS Early Show, courtesy of The Big Lead:

Pretty heavy stuff.  Disney/ESPN is such a major corporation that I doubt this will result in a huge scandal or PR hit, but if more women start coming forward and saying that Hundley is telling the truth about every day life working for ESPN they could find themselves in some pretty hot water.  On a seperate note, if you’d like to gain an appreciation for the power of an “I’m about to appear on TV” makeup job, check out these other pictures of Brooke Hundley:

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Brooke Hundley Hammers Away at ESPN’s Locker Room Culture on the CBS Early Show [The Big Lead]

Picture: Brooke Hundley, Steve Phillips’ Affair Chick on the Side

***UPDATE: Check out pictures of Steve Phillips other affair chick, Rosa Rodriguez

Things are not looking pretty for Steve Phillips who already had a history of infidelity while he was the GM of the Mets. The 46-year-old ESPN analyst had an affair with an ESPN production assistant, Brooke Hundley, that he said lasted three weeks but resulted in the 22-year-old chick stalking him. The New York Post says Hundley even sent a letter to Phillips’ wife, contacted one of their sons through facebook, and that she left several Fatal Attraction-like voicemails. Yikes.

Brooke Hundley Pictures (courtesy of WEEI)

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Apparently several affairs while he worked with the Mets didn’t deter his wife, Marni, from the marriage, but this was the tipping point as she’s now suing him for divorce. This makes you wonder what the heck Phillips was thinking. Between him and Steve McNair I’d say these stories serve as strong deterrents for men thinking of screwing around on the side. It’s never a good idea if you’re not being truthful about what’s going on. By the way, this line from Brooke’s letter to Marni is hilarious, “You can see I’m not lying and to top it off Steve has a big birthmark on his crotch right above his penis and one on his left inner thing, so you know I’m not being fake.” No wonder Phillips was giving such bad commentary on Sunday night — he was too busy exchanging hot sex texts all night! No surprise ESPN has nothing about this story on their website.