Brooke Hundley, the 22-year-old ex-lover of ex-ESPN analyst Steve Phillips, said she has resolved whatever issues she had with Phillips, and hopes "he will grow up and take responsibility for his own actions."
Hundley told Good Morning America Thursday that her life has changed forever in the wake of the scandal, in which tabloids compared her to the psychotic jilted mistress played by Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction. The comparisons unfolded after a jagged split after a summertime fling -- that included intercourse with the 46-year-old father-of-four on three occasions -- went public.
Hundley, according to police reports, harassed Phillips' wife Marni over the phone; attempted to make contact with Phillips’ 16-year-old son on the social networking Web site, Facebook; and did damage to his Wilton, Connecticut home. She left a handwritten letter on the premises for his wife, validating her trysts with the ex-New York Mets GM by describing a "big birthmark on his crotch . . . and one on his left inner thigh."
"I've been called things by the public that no woman should be called," Hundley said. "I've been called the C-word, I've been called a whore, I've been called a home wrecker."
Hundley said she is not a stalker, telling GMA that she didn't harass or follow anyone around at ESPN.
Both Hundley and Phillips have been fired by ESPN; Phillips checked into sex rehab after he was terminated from ESPN, and has kept a low profile since.