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V. Stiviano, great outer of racist comments, is seen here making racist comments (about black people, even) on video for a reality show.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has reportedly agreed to purchase the Los Angeles Clippers for an NBA record $2 billion.
Once V. Stiviano broke her silence in an interview with Dr. Phil, viewers couldn't help but tune in to find out why they should care.
Because no one seems to have a handle on Donald Sterling, the Clippers owner was recorded by another "friend" who was on CNN last night.
Kurupt swings and misses.
In his exclusive interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN, Clippers owner Donald Sterling cried and apologized for the things that he said.
In an interview with a South Florida news station earlier today, baseball legend Tommy Lasorda wished for the worst for V. Stiviano.
Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof said that there's no place at his brothel for a racist like Donald Sterling.
"Pass it to the homie, now you hit it"
Who exactly is V. Stiviano, the woman who secretly recorded her phone conversations with Clippers owner Donald Sterling, thus setting off the current chain of events?
Only in L.A. could a story like this with all of its plot turns and twists take place.
NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is mad at Donald Sterling, V. Stiviano, the NBA and everyone who has been ignoring the problem.
The Donald thinks the other Donald didn't get a fair shake.
Looking like she'd been caught on the worst laundry day ever, Donald Sterling's mistress, V. Stiviano, claimed she had no comment.
In a lawsuit filed on March 7, Donald Sterling's wife contends that V. Stiviano owes more than $1.8 million for gifts given to her.