Brooke Hundley, the former ESPN employee whose affair with Steve Phillips got them both fired last month, gave an interview today to Good Morning America.
Despite the fact that she was complicit in the affair and her own bizarre actions exposed it, Brooke Hundley believes she's also a victim in all of this, saying:
"I think people are so quick to make a judgment, it's almost like 'here's a great story. Here's a great chance for me to ... destroy this person' without any sense of really thinking about the fact that there's a human being behind those words."
"I've been called things that no woman should ever be called. I've been called the c-word. I've been called a whore. I've been called a home wrecker."
Boo freaking hoo, Brooke.
Maybe you shouldn't have shown up at Phillips' home in person, left a note bragging to his wife about your affair with him, driven over his lawn or backed into a stone wall (cementing her home wrecker status in more ways than one)!
Don't get us wrong. Steve Phillips is an idiot for risking his career and his family over an affair with a crazy chick half his age, and deserves the consequences.
But to watch Brooke Hundley try to come off as the sympathetic victim in this interview - especially whining about Jay Leno showing pictures of her and poking fun at the fact that she's less hot than Steve's wife Marni - is just laughable.
She claims her "breaking point" is near. Imagine how Phillips' teenage son, who she cyber-stalked, and Marni Phillips, who was flat out petrified of Brooke, felt.
Of Marni Phillips' 911 call, Hundley said "the same fear I heard in her voice was similar to how I had felt." Except that she subjected Marni to it, not vice versa.
Details. Watch Brooke Hundley's interview on GMA after the jump: