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Jim Edmonds’ Mistress Jennifer McFelia Villegas Criminal Past Revealed! Plus, Jennifer Accused Of Harassing Other MLB Players!

Jennifer McFelia Villegas, the woman involved in a cheating scandal with Jim Edmonds, the husband of Real Housewives of Orange County alum Megha King Edmonds, allegedly harassed another a MLB player with endless phone calls and claims that she was pregnant.

Another former MLB player claims that he was stalked by Villegas for more than a year after meeting her via an Instagram direct message in 2016, when he was single.

“The second time we hung out, I was under the influence of a lot of alcohol and I fell asleep, and next thing you know she’s like well I’m pregnant,” he told Us Weekly. “I’m like, ‘Mmm, you might want to go figure that one out.’ They never did a DNA test.”

She told him that she lost the baby after delivering it prematurely and the player, who asked for but “never received” a birth certificate, gave Villegas $5,000 “to help her take care of bills and stuff.”

They met up a total of four times, including the day that the player handed her the money. But Villegas, who the player claims “is known around the baseball world,” continued to contact him, even reaching out to his ex-fiancée, current fiancée and some of his friends, reports Us Weekly.

“[I] threatened her multiple times that I was going to go get harassment charges put on her if she keeps contacting me,” he said, adding, “If I didn’t answer the phone, she would keep calling until I did.”

“The whole deal right now with Meghan and Jim, I’m just like, eh, I could have seen that one,” he added. “I mean, I don’t know them by any means, but people fall into that trap. It’s sad. I fell for it. Other people have fallen for it.”

“It’s an absolute nightmare,” he added. “To be honest with you, I wouldn’t force my worst enemy to have to deal with that.”

The former wife of another MLB player also told the publication that Villegas allegedly contacted her husband, and despite him denying he knew the woman, she caught him via a three-way phone call.

“This is not just a jersey chaser who is impressed by a potential big name athlete and wants to sleep with him,” she told Us Weekly. “It was a whole mastermind manipulation scheme.”

That's not all. According to court documents obtained by Us Weekly, Villegas was accused of leaving “her infant daughter in her car” in the parking lot of a grocery store in May 2016. She was subsequently charged with one count of reckless conduct for unlawfully endangering the bodily safety of a minor and “consciously disregarding substantial and unjustifiable risk that her act of leaving Juvenile D.V. in a vehicle unsupervised would endanger Juvenile D.V.’s safety,” per paperwork.

After initially entering a not guilty plea, Villegas’ attorney went back and forth with the D.A.’s Office for nearly two years. She ultimately pleaded “nolo contendere” in January 2018, which means she accepted the charges and conviction as if she pleaded guilty, but she does not admit guilt. As a result, Villegas was fined $500, agreed to 12 months of probation and was ordered to complete 400 hours of community service. She was also expected complete parenting courses and life skills classes, reports the publication.

The Georgia resident has also been booked for two DUI charges and was arrested for “financial identity fraud” in the past. According to court documents, Villegas served no prison time for the fraud charge, but was placed on probation, according to Us Weekly.

Villegas, who works in the hospitality industry said she was willing to take a lie detector test to prove that she and Jim engaged in a consensual sexual relationship and claimed that she has never extorted him.

“Recent allegations labeling me an extortionist are false. Throughout this ordeal, myself and my child have been threatened by his wife.” Villegas told “I want to make a few things very clear — I never set anyone up, blackmailed anyone nor have I attempted to ruin anyone’s family. All my relationships have involved two consenting adults. I made a poor decision to enter a relationship with a married man, and for that I am sorry.” Villegas continued.

“I am no saint. My past includes two DUIs and for that I am deeply remorseful and I’ve learned from my mistakes. My life today is completely devoted to my relationship with God and my daughter.” she told

Villegas told the outlet that her first interaction with Meghan occurred in September 2018.

“Meghan first reached out to me on September 20, 2018 and bullied me into retracting my story. She had already left me a threatening voicemail, so I did because I was fearful for my safety and the safety of my daughter. I am a single mom and very protective of my child.” said Jennifer.

According to Villegas, Meghan has been busy playing detective — investigating Villegas and her family. “In recent days I have been contacted by Meghan Edmonds on Facebook and by phone. She informed me that she’s researched my entire life and named my family members and their businesses. She threatened to use this information against me, so I decided to file a report with the police for harassment,” she told

Meanwhile, Meghan released a statement after Villegas' identity was revealed. “I only blame my husband for his actions: he made the choice to betray my trust and jeopardize our marriage,” she told Us Weekly. “His recklessness also allowed this woman to profit from my heartbreak — but now that her name is out there, she won’t be able to shake down any other families as I rebuild mine.”

The news come after reported that Jim cheated on his second wife, Allison Jayne Raski, with a woman who is allegedly referred to as the “baseball madame.” (The exes, who split in 2014, share two children.)

A source alleged that the two reconnected in March 2018 when Meghan was pregnant with the couple’s now 12-month-old twin sons, Hart and Hayes. published explicit screenshots of text messages allegedly sent from Jim, including photos of his penis. The website further alleged that he sent a video of himself masturbating on the same day Meghan gave birth to their twins.

The blogger allegedly confronted the woman after finding out about her exchanges with Jim. The sports broadcaster procured a non-disclosure agreement with her, according to the website, reports Us Weekly.

As for Jim, he released a statement. “Regrettably, I had a lapse in judgment. I engaged in an inappropriate conversation with this person,” Jim told Us Weekly. “At no time was there any type of relationship or physical contact. Absolutely none. This is someone trying to profit from my name. I am aware she has done this to others in the past.”

The retired baseball player went on to apologize. “Clearly, I made a very poor decision to expose myself and my family to this type of person. For this, I am truly sorry and sought forgiveness from my wife,” the statement continued. “I’m outraged over the intent to ruin my family and intend to take legal action. We were never having any problems in our marriage. My attorney is in possession of documents wherein this person has admitted fabricating large portions of her ‘story.’”

Jim reiterated that he “never had any sort of a physical relationship outside of my marriage with her or anyone else.”

As for Meghan, she reacted to the news via her personal blog, titled "I'm Sad," which was published on June 14. "Do I believe him? I don’t know. Because I don’t trust him anymore," she wrote. "Physical or not, he still had an affair and he admits this to me."

"I am a victim, but I am not defined by this. I need space to heal," she shared in the post. "Ultimately, I have hope our marriage can recover."

Meanwhile, Jim provided an update on their marriage in an interview with TMZ Sports last week, sharing that he and Meghan are "doing good." "We're just gonna have to work through it," he said.

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