Former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling turned 81 on Sunday. Can you guess who wished him a very public and seemingly heartfelt happy birthday? V. Stiviano, of course. Stiviano, who is Sterling’s girlfriend/mistress/whistleblower/whatever else, wrote a lengthy message on Instagram praising her “mentor” and “BFF.” “It’s official BFF’s forever,” she wrote...
Former Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Shelly Sterling, ex-wife of Donald Sterling, took her former husband’s “friend,” V. Stiviano to court in order to get back the money that her ex had given to his former lover over the years. It appears that Mr. Sterling had no right to be buying all these lavish gifts for his lady friend while he was still a married man. Mrs. Sterling...
A judge has ordered V. Stiviano to pay $2.6 million to Shelly Sterling, the wife of former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. The ruling stems from a lawsuit that was filed by Shelly roughly one month before Donald’s explosive racist rant was released to the public. The Associated Press reports that Judge Richard Fruin...Read More
Former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling and his ex-girlfriend (current?) V. Stiviano have apparently held no grudges against one another. Or, at the very least, Stiviano wants everyone to know that she still loves Sterling very much. On Tuesday, Stiviano shared a photo o Instagram of her sitting on Sterling’s lap at some bizarre...Read More
Comedian Dave Chappelle is back, according to a lengthy profile in GQ’s “Men of the Year” December issue. In a wide-ranging and insightful interview, Chappelle weighs in on a number of issues, but one of particular interest were his thoughts on disgraced and subsequently exiled former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. The way Chappelle...Read More The post Dave Chappelle...
V. Stiviano is getting down and dirty when it comes to her legal dispute with Donald Sterling. For her latest act, she accused the former Clippers owner of being gay. You may recall that the tension between Stiviano and Sterling began when Shelly filed a lawsuit trying to get back the cars, property and gifts […]
On Wednesday the 2nd Court of Appeal rejected Donald Sterling’s petition to halt the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer. That decision means Sterling has virtually no chance of getting the team back and that Ballmer’s purchase of the Clippers has been validated. The key part of court’s ruling reads as follows: “The evidence before this court indicates...
A day after a wide-ranging defeat in court that cleared a path for the Clippers to be sold for $2 billion, Donald Sterling hasn't given up. "The ruling yesterday only reinforced to him that he has to continue fighting," Sterling attorney Bobby Samini said Tuesday, "and as of 10 minutes ago it hasn't changed." Instead of an end to the three-month saga, the preliminary decision by...
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