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Wednesday, November 26, 2014

V Stiviano says Donald Sterling is gay

Donald Sterling girlfriend V Stiviano

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 (valued at over a few million dollars) that Donald gave to Stiviano.

After the suit was filed against her, Stiviano set out to ruin Sterling and successfully did so. Not only did her efforts lead to Sterling losing the Clippers, but she now is accusing the longtime team owner of being gay.

According to TMZ Sports, Stiviano says she never was a sexual partner of Sterling and that she was just a cover-up for the man being gay.

In the docs, Stiviano states she was “not ever a sexual partner of Donald T. Sterling” and “believes that [Sterling] is a homosexual and enjoys sexual acts and or sexual congress with males.”

Stiviano also says Shelly Sterling was “acutely aware of [Donald’s] sexual orientation and condoned same as well as acknowledged and approved [Donald’s] gifts of money [to Stiviano].”

This appears to be Stiviano hitting below the belt in a mud-slinging effort to get her way, or at the least a nice settlement from the Sterlings. She also says the gifts she received were not community property and therefore hers to keep.

Perhaps it’s allegations like these that Stiviano had in mind when she said, “Let the games begin!”

Despite Stiviano’s allegations, there is some evidence that indicates Sterling is heterosexual. Remember the former employee who sued Donnie boy? She detailed some pretty gross, explicit sexual stories that suggest Donnie is pretty hetero. Also keep in mind that Stiviano hinted on Instagram that she has a child with Sterling. It would have been pretty hard for them to have kids without ever having sex, unless they used artificial insemination.



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