Brooke Hundley, the ESPN production assistant who exposed a secret affair with ESPN baseball analyst Steve Phillips, is now out of a job at the network.
A rep from ESPN at first confirmed to the AP that the 22-year-old Hundley "doesn't work at ESPN anymore," but it was unclear if she quit or was axed.
Later, ESPN said that in light of the events made public this past week, Brooke was indeed shown the door, but didn't provide a cause for termination.
Probably something along the lines of her being a crazy b!tch.
Brooke Hundley's experience at ESPN will look great on her resume. Reason for leaving past occupation? Sleeping with married superior and stalking his son online.
It was a mix of utter disregard for morals, positively representing the network and general common sense that got Steve Phillips fired earlier today.
The network gave the former New York Mets GM the heave-ho just days after he admitted a summer affair with Hundley and took a leave of absence.
The sordid affair soon became a full-blown sex scandal.
Phillips broke it off and Brooke Hundley lost it, stalking his teenage son on Facebook and harassing his wife Marni in a letter, bragging about nailing Steve.
A rep for Phillips claims he's entering a treatment facility.
Hopefully one where he learns that just because a crazy chick works under him doesn't mean he has to make it literally the case in a car in the parking lot.