TMZ has the frantic 911 call Marni Phillips made when Brooke Hundley, who was having an affair with Marni’s husband Steve Phillips, went to the Phillips home to drop off a letter to her.
Also note the Facebook message from Hundley that I posted above. The incident happened on August 21, two days before the Facebook update.
During the call, Marni said, “I have a crazy woman who is involved with my husband and she’s come to my house to harm me and my children.“
Marni also states that when Brooke saw her, she “got in her car, put it in reverse and smashed the rear end of her vehicle into the stone column … cut across our grass, avoiding the driveway completely, driving erratically over rocks and mulch beds to maneuver her vehicle down our hill.”
Audio and transcript of the call after the jump.
DISPATCHER: Wilton 911. What’s your emergency?
MARNI: Please hurry and come to (*ADDRESS BLEEPED OUT*). I have a crazy woman who is involved with my husband and she’s come to my house to harm me and my children. (*ADDRESS BLEEPED OUT*), Wilton, Connecticut.
D: Okay, ma’am, is she outside?
M: Six…she’s…she’s pulling down my hill right now. She’s in a blue Prius. There, uh….She just pulled past me.
D: Okay, but you’re…
M: She’s pulling down my driveway and out of the street. It’s a blue car. It’s a blue sedan.
D: Okay, I’m sending officers right now.
M: Please hurry!
D: They’re coming. They’re on their way.
M: She’d driving down Mather Street, I’m just…I live just past the dump.
D: OK, you in your car?
M: Please hurry and catch her! She’s crazy!
D: They’re on their way. They are on their way.
M: I’m trying to drive down and catch her driver’s license.
D: Ma’am, what’s your name?
M: My name is Marni Phillips.
M: Yes. (Starts crying)
D: We have officers on their way. They should be there shortly.
M: I don’t know which way she turned on Mather Street. I shouldn’t have let her leave the hill.
D: Okay, so she left Mather Street…
M: She left the hill, she’s driving around town, I don’t know where she is. I suspect that she lives in Bristol, so she’s probably proceeding down Route 7 North.
D: Okay. Did she…did she confront you or did she threaten you or anything?
M: She has been threatening me the entire (*tape glitch*) and phone calls.
D: Did anything happen when she showed up?
M: I was…I was out. And when I pulled in my driveway, she was on the side of my driveway. So I don’t know. I haven’t…I didn’t make it all the way to my house. I’m driving up to my house right now to see if there’s any vandalism or anything.
D: Okay, just stay on the phone in case she comes back.
M: Okay. I shouldn’t have, like, crashed my car into hers or anything, right?
D: I’m sorry?
D: Ma’am, can you repeat that? You’re broken up a little bit.
M: I’m going up to my house right now.
M: I’m gonna call my husband at work and find out who she is.
(*Dispatcher talking to officers, directing them to the house*)
M: Okay, good, we’re safe.
D (to officers): …probably heading back to Bristol, there’s some kind of, uh, extramarital affair going on, uh, girlfriend, uh, husband. When she pulled up her driveway, the vehicle was coming down…
M: She was stopped in my driveway. And then she tried to jockey around. I tried to move my car so she couldn’t leave, but I didn’t catch her. I can call my husband at work and get her name.
D (to Marni): Okay. Is there anything, any damage or anything?
M: I’m pulling up to my house right now.
D: Okay. The officers should be there shortly, and um, if you saw them, wait for them outside.
M: I don’t see any dam…yes, there’s a letter in my house.
M: Can I please hang this up and call my husband at work immediately and find out her name?
D: If she comes back, give us a call right back, okay? But officers will be right at your house, okay?
M: Thank you.