LETTER: MISTRESS TO THE WIFE STATEMENT FROM STEVE PHILLIPS STATEMENT FROM MARNI PHILLIPS STATEMENT FROM THEIR TEENAGE SON WILTON POLICE REPORT PHILLIPS DIVORCE COMPLAINT “I have extreme concerns about the health and safety of my kids and myself,” Steve Phillips said in a police statement, adding that the woman became “obsessive and delusional” after he dumped her.
But Phillips, 46, declined to pursue criminal charges against Hundley, a Bristol, Conn., woman who cops learned may have used an ESPN computer to contact Phillips’ 16-year-old son on Facebook while posing as a high-school classmate.
The bombshell developments come 11 years after Phillips took a brief leave of absence as the Mets’ GM after admitting to having sex with a team employee, Rosa Rodriguez, who sued him for sexual harassment, a case later settled out of court.
In a Wilton police report obtained by The Post, Phillips said he first met Hundley on July 13 in St.
The former Met general manager, whose tenure with the team was rocked by admissions of infidelity, confessed to his wife and local cops that he had slept with ESPN assistant Brooke Hundley several times this past summer before dumping her.
In retaliation, the jilted young woman repeatedly phoned Phillips’ wife, Marni, saying, “We both can’t have him! PHOTOS: BROOKE HUNDLEY 22-year-old at center of ESPN scandal Hundley’s desperate actions — including accidentally smashing her car into a stone column while speeding away from the Phillips’ home after leaving the letter — terrified the family, according to the Wilton, Conn., police report.
Phillips has been suspended for a week by ESPN — which hired him in 2005 as a baseball analyst — because of the scandal. COM “We were aware of this and took appropriate disciplinary action at the time,” ESPN said in a statement.