Former ESPN sportscaster Steve Phillips is in the middle ofa very public divorce. Phillips infidelity with an assistant at ESPN hasgarnered national attention since the affair was made public.
The divorce was filed in Conneticut which is a no faultdivorce state, but marital infidelity is one of eleven factors that the courtcan use in dividing up property and deciding alimony. Phillips’ wife Marnifiled for divorce on Sept. 29 but the case is not scheduled to be in courtuntil January.
Phillips has made headlines recently after the assistant hehad an affair with began writing threatening letters to his wife, and harassingthe family at their home.
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