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V. Stiviano claims she was just a cover for Donald Sterling’s homosexual acts

(L-R) Team owner Donald Sterling of Los Angeles Clippers talks with team owner Peter Holt of the San Antonio Spurs as the SPurs host the Memphis Grizzlies during Game One of the Western Conference Finals of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at AT&T Center on May 19,
(L-R) Team owner Donald Sterling of Los Angeles Clippers talks with team owner Peter Holt of the San Antonio Spurs as the SPurs host the Memphis Grizzlies during Game One of the Western Conference Finals of the 2013 NBA Playoffs at AT&T Center on May 19,
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V. Stiviano is not done exposing former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. The same woman who recorded Sterling making racist remarks, now claims she never had sex with the billionaire because he is gay and she was helping him hide it. The allegations were made in court paperwork filed Thursday and obtained by TMZ sports. The legal documents serve as a counter to a lawsuit filed by Shelly Sterling which claims Stiviano accepted cars and property from Donald Sterling that wasn’t his to give.

Stiviano denied all the allegations and maintains in her lawsuit that she was Sterling’s opposite-sex escort who paraded around as his “beard” because she “believes that [Sterling] is a homosexual and enjoys sexual acts and or sexual congress with males.” She also claims that Shelly knew about the gifts being given to her as a result of her being a cover for Sterling’s homosexual acts.

The former assistant filed the legal documents in L.A. County Superior Court where she also filed a cross-complaint against Shelly Sterling for defamation. She states in the complaint that Shelly wrongfully labeled her as a “thief and an embezzler when in fact (Shelly along with Sterling) gave her the stuff.”

It should be noted that Shelly’s original lawsuit accusing Stiviano of taking unauthorized gifts was filed a month and a half before the recording of Donald Sterling making racist remarks were leaked. That recording led to public backlash as well as Sterling eventually losing ownership of the Clippers. Sterling’s lawyer told the New York Daily News that V. Stiviano is “delusional” in her claims about Sterling’s sexuality. The saga continues.