LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The Los Angeles Times Thursday has revealed specifics about V. Stiviano’s deteriorating relationship with banned Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
According to the Times, the fallout began in March when Sterling’s wife, Shelly, filed a lawsuit claiming Stiviano had extracted $240,000 in cash, four cars and a house worth $1.8 million from Sterling.
The following month, Sterling told an undisclosed Clippers employee to text Stiviano that her VIP tickets and parking pass had been sold.
Stiviano texted back that she got the tickets from someone else.
The Times said the employee texted back, writing, “Mr. Sterling said to let me know if you need anything. We don’t want to have any issues at the game.”
Stiviano responded, “No tell Mr. Sterling that I don’t need anything nor do I want anything…But thanks for asking. LET THE GAMES BEGAN. . . .”
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