"I've been called things by the public that no woman should ever be called," she said. "I've been called the C-word, I've been called a whore, I've been called a home wrecker."
Hundley said she reached her breaking point when "legitimate" newspapers began running with the story, and also when prime-time funnyman Jay Leno offered a harsh critique of her looks.
She also claims she was never the aggressor in the relationship.
In a police report filed in August, Hundley alleges Phillips threatened her, stating she'd be fired and her reputation ruined if she spoke out.
"I was in a situation where I felt like, if I didn't do what was asked of me, then everything I'd worked for for the past six years -- everything I had done to establish myself as a successful media professional -- could be gone like that."
Hundley said she hopes Phillips "would grow up and take responsibility for his own actions."