Brooke Hundley, the ESPN production assistant who had an affair with Steve Phillips and then sent a letter to his wife detailing their exploits (and his crotch birthmark), filed a restraining order against him just one day after dropping the infamous letter off at his home in August, TMZ reports:
In the document -- filed on August 20 in Connecticut -- Brooke claims while at a hotel back in July, Steve "bought me a strong drink and then cornered me ... trying to persuade me to come to his hotel suite to spend the night."
Brooke claims Steve called her hotel room until she agreed to see him, then "after the night he continued to text me on a regular basis with inappropriate things." Brooke says she "tried to get him to stop" but again agreed to meet up with him "a few times after work in the parking lot."
Hundley added that Phillips threatened to ruin her career once it became known that they had had a relationship, but she withdrew the complaint in mid-September.