Cashman's alleged stalker harassed?
Yankee general manager Brian Cashman's accused stalker said she is surrounded in jail by a bunch of Yankee-loving mean girls.
"It's horrible in here," Louise Meanwell griped to the New York Post in a phone call from Rikers Island on Sunday. "They throw liquids on me and spit on me. They call me names. They call me a stalker."
"I'm in hell, it's just awful," Meanwell, who is being held in prison on $300,000 bond, complained.
Meanwell's jailhouse rant came just two days after a judge issued a gag order on prosecutors and lawyers in the case, and reportedly told Meanwell to stick a cork in it, too.
But the compulsive motormouth -- who Manhattan prosecutors claim shook Cashman down for $6,000 and tried to squeeze another $15,000 from the baseball bigwig before she was busted -- will not be silenced.
"We all have this massive gag order now and I'm not supposed to talk about anything," Meanwell, who spent last Thursday and Friday testifying before a grand jury, noted.
Meanwell said she is due back before the grand jury again Monday and Tuesday.
"I was an emotional wreck," Meanwell said of her appearance in front of the panel. But, she said, testimony is going "very well."
"I plan on telling the grand jury everything I can attest to. What Brian's doing to me is awful. I just don't get it," Meanwell said of Cashman. "If I've been harassing him, he's been harassing me as well -- it's a two-way street."
Meanwell was not required to speak to the grand jury but chose to.
"For him to even say that I would extort $6,000 from him is just insane," Meanwell continued. "That money was not given to me out of false pretense."
She said her testimony was cut short Friday because of bus problems from Rikers -- making it necessary to return this week.
At the end of last week's testimony, a judge called a powwow with Meanwell's lawyers and prosecutors and issued the gag order.
A Cashman spokesman declined to comment.
Meanwhile, sources told the Post that the District Attorney is working to expand the case against Meanwell beyond Cashman -- to include as many as half-a-dozen others she allegedly stalked in recent years.
At the time of her January harassment arrest, Meanwell was already on probation for a similar 2008 New Jersey incident and a 2010 Manhattan case.