V Stiviano launched a thousand lawsuits when she leaked audio of boyfriend and disgraced former Clippers owner Donald Sterling being racist on tape . But she couldn't win the big one, filed by Sterling's wife, demanding she return the expensive gifts he gave her during their extramarital relationship.
Old-man-yelling-at-clouds (but only cumulonimbus clouds, because they're black) Donald Sterling is basically out of our lives forever after a racist meltdown forced him to sell the L.A. Clippers, but Clippers star Blake Griffin still has to live with his chilling memories of Sterling's infamous "White Party."
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.
V. Stiviano, the woman who recorded her conversations with former NBA Clippers owner Donald Sterling, sat down for an exclusive interview with Barbara Walters yesterday and revealed that she doesn't believe Sterling to be a racist, and that she considers herself to be Sterling's "silly rabbit."
Was anyone truly surprised that racist L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling would make bigoted remarks on tape? Jimmy Kimmel went down to L.A.'s Legends Barbershop to get a haircut and find out.
It's tedious, but if you listen to the entirety of L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling's whiny, racist tirade, caught on tape by his girlfriend V. Stiviano and then widely disseminated this weekend, you can eventually get to the root of the couple's argument. It seems Sterling was upset that Stiviano, reportedly his mistress, had taken a photo with Magic Johnson and then posted that photo to her Instagram account.