Even her own shrink thought she was dangerous.
Alleged Brian Cashman stalker Louise Meanwell’s psychiatrist urged the Yankees general manager — and Meanwell’s own mother — to call 911 and report her troubled patient to police, sources told The Post.
The advice came last week, after a panicked Cashman called Meanwell’s mom, Louise, desperate for help. He told her the 36-year-old Meanwell had been harassing his family. He said she also had harassed his alleged mistress, Kimberley Brennan.
Mom Caroline Meanwell suggested Cashman and his lawyer set up a meeting with her to discuss her daughter’s actions, sources said. Before Louise Meanwell was arrested and charged with stalking and shaking down Yankees GM Brian Cashman, she had a history of harassing others, including ex-husband Jason Bump.
On Jan. 27, the three gathered at the attorney’s office. They placed a conference call to Louise’s Manhattan psychiatrist, Charlotte Murphy, according to sources familiar with the situation.
“Everyone was convinced that [Louise] was a danger to herself or others,” said one source.
“[Murphy] agreed that Louise was dangerous and violent
, and that it was a serious situation. She said to call 911,” a source said.
Caroline Meanwell made the call and provided the operator with Murphy’s name.
The 911 report led to Louise Meanwell’s arrest this week for stalking Cashman and trying to shake him down for $15,000 for an unspecified medical procedure.
After Meanwell’s arrest, Murphy — who specialized in reproductive issues — was granted a protective order against her patient. Both she and Cashman declined to comment.
Cashman’s wife, Mary, also got an order of protection, as did Brennan, according to law-enforcement sources.
Cashman is the latest in a long line of men who claim Meanwell, 36, has tormented them with death threats, phone hacking and lies about miscarriages, court records and former friends said yesterday.
Meanwell, in the last 14 years, has allegedly been harassing her ex-husband, their teen daughter and a long line of boyfriends she’s had since her marriage broke up.
“She’s a very dangerous person. She’s a psychopath, in my estimation,”
Meanwell’s ex-husband, Jason Bump, told The Post at his Albany-area home, where he lives with the 14-year-old girl.
“There’s currently an order of protection for myself, my daughter, my [current] wife and my mother” against Meanwell, Bump said. “She has not seen [their daughter] in a few years, and she’s not allowed to contact her at all.”
On Oct. 10, 2010, Meanwell called Bump’s mom, Mary, “nine times, starting at 11:36 p.m. She told me she wished I would just die of cancer,” Mary said in a deposition in support of an arrest warrant for Meanwell.
“She also said, ‘I’m going to put a bullet in your f--king head, you c--t, and I’m gonna do it.’ ”
Three days earlier, Meanwell phoned Jason Bump’s current wife, Casey, and said, “Hi, c--t,” and warned, “Better know your boundaries, or you will end up with a bullet in your head, just like your mother-in-law,” according to Casey’s own deposition.
“I am scared of Louise Meanwell. I don’t believe she is mentally stable,” Casey told the State Police.
That was a sentiment echoed by an ex-Meanwell fling who works on Wall Street. He told authorities in 2010 that “she has made many threatening statements aimed at me and has been e-mailing and phoning me constantly. She’s also begun waiting outside my apartment in the East Village,” court records said.
“She recently sent me a suicide note [text message], and I called 911 and had paramedics arrive at her apartment to save her,” the ex-boyfriend said.
“I am fearful for my safety and have no idea what this woman is capable of. As of this morning, she has hacked into my personal e-mail account and my FB [Facebook] account, deleting all my e-mails.
“I am VERY scared of her.”
A former Meanwell pal told The Post that she bragged a couple of years ago about bedding a Yankees star — and doled out baseballs she claimed he had autographed.
The British-born blonde enjoyed boozy nights with gal pals and picking up new boyfriends — but had a bad habit of turning against those close to her.
Meanwell also changed her phone number as often as once per week and frequently changed jobs.
“Relationships, friendships seemed to come and go very quickly,” the friend said.
“In most relationships, she [claims] she has had a miscarriage, she claims that she’s been pregnant,” said the friend.
Friends ended up doubting those claims, the friend said.