- The Washington Times - Monday, June 2, 2014

V. Stiviano, the woman at the heart of the Donald Sterling racial-based controversy, said through her attorney that she was assaulted by two men in New York City.

Still, no police reports were filed, and officials with the department said it’s not likely that the case will move forward, The Associated Press reported.

“As of now, this has no legs,” New York Police Department officials said, AP reported.

RadarOnline first reported the incident. Details are sketchy, but Ms. Stiviano was reportedly examined after the assault by a doctor and found to be “banged up but OK,” said Mac Nehoray, Ms. Stiviano’s attorney, AP reported.

Ms. Stiviano, 31, made national headlines just a few weeks ago when an audio recording emerged of her and Mr. Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, discussing black people. In the audio, Mr. Sterling is heard to chastise her against bringing black people to the basketball games and posting images of blacks on her Instagram account.



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