V. Stiviano was not the only woman on the other end of ex-Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's racist tirades and gross sexual advances. A new lawsuit filed in Los Angeles yesterday by an ex-mistress and employee of Sterling's named Maiko Maya King further charges him with inflicting racial and sexual abuse.
In her suit, King says that she was "romantically involved" with Sterling between 2005 and 2011. During that time, King was married to a black man with whom she had two kids, and she says that her family were the targets of Sterling's remarks. Those include:
"How could you be married to a black man?"
"Why would you bring black people into the world?"
"I want to take you out of the black world and into the white world."
"Move back to the ghetto with that black man."
She also accuses him of making the same sort of generalized racist statements that got him sued by tenants in 2005. Such as:
"Black people do not take care of their children. All they do is sit at home and smoke dope."
"Mexicans just do drive-by shootings."
On the subject of taking care of kids, it's worth noting that Sterling is accused of abusing his son, who eventually died of a drug overdose in January of last year.
Eventually Sterling and King broke contact, but in 2013 King says she called Sterling to let him know that her father had died. At that point, she says Sterling asked her to work as his personal assistant for $10,000 per month, which she accepted. But King says that her job was less personal assistant and more glorified prostitute. From the suit:
However, contrary to his agreement to pay her $10,000 a month, Mr. Sterling dangled money only if she would have sex with him.
He insisted that she get into bed with him and attempt to arouse him sexually and would get angry with her when he could not become aroused.
He asked her to bring others to his bedroom and for her to perform sexual acts with them to arouse him. She refused.
When she refused to engage in sexual acts that he wanted her to engage in, Mr. Sterling retaliated by withholding her wages.
He continually stated that he would give her a $25,000 bonus if she could "get him off."
The suit goes on like this. King also makes passing references to V. Stiviano, Sterling's other quasi-girlfriend who King portrays as someone Sterling would use as leverage to force her to comply with his requests.
Seeing as Sterling is about to cash at least a billion dollars on the sale of the Clippers, one figures this suit is likely to never see a courtroom.
The full suit is below.
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