I have always wondered if they wrote a sequel to Fatal Attraction whether Michael Douglas's character would ever have another affair. You would think from watching the movie that he probably wouldn't, but I always got the feeling that what he would do next time is just make sure he checked someone out first to make sure they were stable before he had an affair with them.
According to The NY Post, the former GM of the NY Mets and now an ESPN analyst, Steve Phillips had his own Fatal Attraction moment but I'm not sure it will stop him from cheating either. While GM of the Mets, Phillips admitted that he cheated on his wife all the time. He eventually lost his job and the team was sued for sexual harassment by a former employee who Phillips had been seeing. You would think that would stop him, but instead Phillips found a 22 year old woman who worked for ESPN and started having sex with her. When the 46 year old Phillips decided to break it off, his 22 year old lover Brooke Hundley (above with Phillips) began making threatening calls to Phillips' wife and started driving around the house on a daily basis. One time Hundley even wrecked her car when she was trying to speed away after being spotted. Oh, and she also signed up for a Facebook account and pretended to be a teenager who started flirting with Phillips' 16 year old son.
Phillips who is being sued for divorce by his wife was suspended for a week by ESPN for his behavior. Oh yeah, that will show him.