On Wednesday police were summoned to Donald Sterling’s Beverly Hills home to investigate a possible burglary only to find that the suspect was no other than V. Stiviano.
In case anyone has been in a coma for the last six months and has just come to, Stivano’s recording of Sterling’s racist remarks triggered the NBA’s nullifying his right to own the Los Angeles Clippers and forced the sale to former Microsoft CEO Stephen Ballmer. Sterling had told Stiviano not to bring African Americans to Clippers games and not to take pictures with Magic Johnson because he is black.
The Los Angeles Times reported that Shelly Sterling apparently called 911 after receiving “secondhand information.” Lt. Lincoln Hoshino of the Beverly Hills Police department said that officers reported that Stiviano had been invited to the home by Donald Sterling.
CBS Los Angeles further reported that officers were called to the home at 1:40 p.m. Wednesday and were there for about 15 minutes. They found “no criminal activity whatsoever.”
Donald Sterling was banned for life from the NBA and must pay a fine of $2.5 million.