Brooke Hundley, the former ESPN production assistant who admitted to an affair with baseball analyst Steve Phillips, and was later terminated by the company, hammered away at ESPN’s locker room culture this morning on the CBS Early Show. “… I immediately reported it to his supervisor, who then dismissed my claims, told me to get used to it (and) basically explained that this was just what the women dealt with around this company.” Hundley, who is suing ESPN, later said it was “impossible” to get a job. Video after the jump.
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