A woman claiming to have been in a relationship with Donald Sterling is suing the embattled Clippers owner after she says she was fired for protesting to “a steady stream of racially and sexually offensive comments.”
The woman Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling was talking to when he made racist remarks says she was assaulted by two men outside a New York City hotel.
Her lawyer said the men began hitting her and calling her a series of “disgusting slurs.”
A response filed with the NBA Tuesday by embattled Clippers owner Donald Sterling claims that the league’s use of an “illegally recorded” conversation that took place during a “lovers’ quarrel” cannot be used to strip him of his ownership.
The Los Angeles Times Thursday has revealed specifics about V. Stiviano’s deteriorating relationship with banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
V. Stiviano removed her infamous visor and sat down for interviews this week with Dr. Phil and Entertainment Tonight to talk about the Donald Sterling scandal.
The woman at the center of the Donald Sterling scandal is set to share her side of the story with Dr. Phil.
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating an attempted burglary at the apartment of V. Stiviano, the woman at the center of the Donald Sterling controversy.
Banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling delivered his apology to CNN’s Anderson Cooper in an interview that aired Monday, following the backlash of a tape was released in April, featuring allegedly racist comments from the veteran owner.
In her first interview since the NBA banned her estranged husband, Shelly Sterling says she will fight to keep her share of the Los Angeles Clippers and plans one day to divorce Donald Sterling.
Some of the people Lasorda angered, in fact, are asking the Dodgers organization to cut all ties with the legend.
Baseball Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda says he’s not surprised by his friend Donald Sterling’s racist remarks.
V. Stiviano, the woman at the center of the Donald Sterling scandal, will become the foster mother to two special needs boys.
The NBA will begin selling merchandise that reads “We Are One,” the newly adopted slogan of the Los Angeles Clippers.
She said she loved him, “like a father figure.”