NY court staff blasted in Barber case

A New York court clerk blasted her employees for unsportsmanlike conduct in the courtroom last week, after staffers fawned over former Giants running back Tiki Barber — the defendant in a prolonged divorce proceeding.

"The conduct of our employees was inappropriate and unacceptable," fumed Chief Clerk Susanna Rojas in a Jan. 13 memo obtained by The New York Post.

A court source said Barber, 36, was rushed by a dozen court staffers Thursday in the waiting area of the Appellate Division courthouse in Manhattan.

"Tiki was actually loving it; he did it with a smile and didn’t deny anyone. It only stopped when he had to leave to go to the pre-argument conference," the person said.

Estranged wife Ginny Cha, 34, was "visually mad," the source said.

Barber dumped a pregnant Cha for 23-year-old NBC intern Traci Lynn Johnson in 2010.

Read more . . .