So far, we know that former ESPN columnist Sarah Phillips and her partner, Nilesh Prasad, hijacked a 19-year-old's Facebook page, misrepresented their connections to ESPN, and engaged in some sort of minor-league hustle at a Corvallis, Ore., T-Mobile store. To that list, let's add another, more serious allegation: Phillips exploited her notoriety on a gambling website to funnel at least one bettor to a bookie, who allegedly took the bettor's money and never paid out winnings or returned the original stake. That bookie appears to have been Prasad.
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