This phone call has set the NBA on fire, right in the middle of the first round of the NBA playoffs:
First off...lets get to the woman "V. Stiviano". Donald has been married for 50 years but flaunts this PYT (Pretty Young Thing) like a trophy:
Check out "V's" Michael Jackson swagger...
- In 1999, Sterling's son, Scott, was arrested for shooting his childhood friend, Philip Scheid, at Donalds's Beverly Hills mansion. Ultimately, no charges were filed of course. On January 1, 2013, Scott was found dead of an apparent drug overdose at his Malibu, California apartment owned by his Donald.
- In 2003: In a case regarding an old mistress, Sterling testified that he paid her every time they had sex. “When you pay a woman for sex, you are not together with her. You’re paying her for a few moments to use her body for sex. Is it clear? Is it clear?” See? Not just a racist but a sexist womanizer as well.
- In 2006, the U.S. Department of Justice sued Sterling for housing discrimination in using race as a factor in filling some of his apartment buildings. The suit charged that Donald refused to rent to non-Koreans in the Koreatown neighborhood and to African Americans in Beverly Hills.
- In 2009, Donald was sued by former Clippers executive Elgin Baylor for employment discrimination on the basis of age and race.
- In 2010 Elgin Baylor claimed that three players (Sam Cassel, Elton Brand, and Corey Maggette) complained to him that Sterling would bring women into the locker room after games and say things like, "Look at those beautiful black bodi