The woman at the center of the Steve Phillips sex scandal said she did things she regrets but that she's no stalker.
Instead, Brooke Hundley said she contacted Phillips' family because she wanted to draw attention to the affair after she felt pressured to stay quiet.
"I did things I regret, obviously. People make mistakes at 22," Hundley told ABC's "Good Morning America" today. "That's what I was trying not to do originally, was hurt anybody else or affect anybody else's lives negatively. But I did things and I thought about things just as an avenue to get people to pay attention, to start asking the right questions, to get me out of a bad situation."
SPN eventually fired both Hundley, who worked as a production assistant, and Phillips, a former Mets general manager and then a baseball analyst for the network, after The Post revealed the affair.
"I was in a situation where I felt like if I didn't do what was asked of me, then everything I had worked for, for the past six years, everything I had done to establish myself as a successful media professional, could be gone like that," she said.
Hundley in August applied for a restraining order against Phillips, saying he pursued her and threatened her career if she didn't keep the affair hush-hush. She later withdrew it.