Steve Phillips' ex-lover Brooke Hundley filed a restraining order against him one day after dropping off a sketchy-ass letter to the ESPN analyst's wife at home.
You know, the letter that stated Brooke and Steve should be together, offered sordid details on their sex life and prompted Marni Phillips to frantically call 911.
On August 20, Brooke sought protection from him, claiming that while at a hotel back in July, Steve Phillips "bought me a strong drink and then cornered me."
At that point, the whack job claims, the married father of four was "trying to persuade me to come to his hotel suite to spend the night." She obliged.
The production assistant claims Steve called her hotel room until she agreed to see him, then "continued to text on a regular basis with inappropriate things."
Brooke Hundley and Steve Phillips: A match made in tabloid heaven.
Brooke Hundley (click here for pictures) "tried to get him to stop" but agreed to meet up with the former Mets GM "a few times after work in the parking lot."
Interesting word choice, as in the note Brooke left for Steve's wife the day before, she wrote, "I'm not just some random girl he had sex with in parking lots."
Lastly, she says Steve tried to ruin her career after word got out that they were sleeping together, calling her a "slut" and saying he would get her fired.
Looks like the threats didn't take, as she spilled the beans to his wife anyway. Hundley ultimately withdrew the complaint against Phillips September 15.
That day, she posted the following on Facebook: "I've seen evil and he wears khaki pants and bright blue polos. Out of court, and back to basketball."