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

Meet Nilesh Prasad, Sarah Phillips's Scamming Partner And Supposed…

Here, at last, are some photos of former ESPN columnist Sarah Phillips and her partner, Nilesh Prasad, the low-rent Bonnie and Clyde of social-media ripoffs. The reader who sent the one above said it was taken in April 2010 during a trip to Cancun. This was a "top performer vacation reward," our tipster writes, "for a… » 5/03/12 12:44pm 5/03/12 12:44pm

Another Sarah Phillips Scam: "I'm A Writer For ESPN And I Have A Plan To …

On Tuesday, Sarah Phillips took to Twitter. She told us she was 22. She said she's happy that she's no longer involved in sports media. » 5/02/12 4:45pm 5/02/12 4:45pm

Sources: Sarah Phillips And Nilesh Prasad Picked Games Together,…

What have we learned about Sarah Phillips, the woman who was apparently scamming people on the Internet when she wasn't writing a column for ESPN.com, in the 24 hours since our story was published? The most interesting bit is that she and her partner, Nilesh Prasad, apparently engaged in some low-grade scamming in 2010 … » 5/02/12 3:05pm 5/02/12 3:05pm

Fake John Madden Clarifies His Role In The Sarah Phillips/ESPN Debacle

Lost in this whole sordid, twisted Sarah Phillips fiasco was the brief cameo by Brent, the proprietor of @FauxJohnMadden, Twitter's leading source for tweets definitely not composed by the legendary Hall of Fame coach and Tinactin spokesman. » 5/02/12 1:15am 5/02/12 1:15am

Sarah Phillips Admits She "Concealed" Her Identity, Made "Poor Choices…

Sarah Phillips, the former ESPN.com contributor and self-professed gambling guru, is having a bit of conscience cleansing tonight, in the wake of our investigation into whether she was part of a larger, more nefarious con job and how ESPN editors could actually employ someone—freelance or not— that they had never… » 5/01/12 10:20pm 5/01/12 10:20pm

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