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Sarah Phillips Admits She "Concealed" Her Identity, Made "Poor Choices With Who To Trust" [Espn]

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 actually met in person. More »
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