Would You Like To Donate Money To A $50,000 Sarah Phillips…

A few days ago, someone wanted to raise $50,000 for a Sarah Phillips documentary. As we remember, Phillips got into all sorts of trouble while she was a columnist at ESPN and a gambling columnist at Covers.com. But this proposed documentary didn't set out to wrestle broader themes like creepy scams or the vagaries of… » 8/02/12 2:56pm 8/02/12 2:56pm

Everything You Need To Know About Sarah Phillips, Former ESPN…

Last week, we published a long story about Sarah Phillips, the ESPN columnist who, among other things, used her connections to the Worldwide Leader to hijack a teenager's Facebook venture. The story developed quickly from there, getting progressively more complicated as more tipsters came forward with their own Sarah… » 5/11/12 12:18pm 5/11/12 12:18pm

Source: Sarah Phillips Steered Business To A Bookie Who Was Probably…

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:… » 5/08/12 10:08am 5/08/12 10:08am

In The Realm Of Gambling Message Boards, Anyone Could Be The Next…

How did a poseur like former ESPN columnist Sarah Phillips get so far in the gambling world, a place where you might expect people to value experience, wisdom, and verifiability above all else? Well, remember where she—and presumably her partner, Nilesh Prasad—got her start: the gambling message board at Covers.com. » 5/07/12 12:20pm 5/07/12 12:20pm

Is An ESPN Columnist Scamming People On The Internet? [UPDATE]

A few weeks ago, ESPN columnist Sarah Phillips concluded her weekly "Junk Mail" column with a question from an unnamed reader: » 5/01/12 4:37pm 5/01/12 4:37pm