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V. Stiviano: The Voice of Reason






Her legal name is V. Stiviano. Her actual name,according to the LA Times, was María Vanessa Perez until 2010, when she legally changed it because she felt she hadn’t been “fully accepted because of my race."

Stiviano’s attorney, Mac Nehoray, has said that the tape was “legitimate” but that “Ms. Stiviano did not release the tape to tmz or any news media. Due to the present litigation and its absurd allegations, which Ms. Stiviano vehemently denies, Ms. Stiviano and this office have no comments at this time.”





A lawsuit filed by Sterling’s estranged wife of 50 years Rochelle claims to show how the Clipper’s owner treated his girlfriend before the apparent row – by lavishing her with a series of gifts including a Ferrari, two Bentleys, a Range Rover and a $1.4million apartment.  







“I’m totally outraged that they are stalling on this,” the Rev. Al Sharpton told the Daily News Monday, referring to the fact the NBA hasn’t punished Sterling yet.

“If they say anything less than what they’re doing to get this bigot out, people should protest. People should not buy tickets,” said Sharpton, adding that his National Action Network’s Los Angeles office plans to hold a protest vigil in L.A. Tuesday night.

Several NBA team owners, including Michael Jordan, of the Charlotte Bobcats, and Jeanie Buss, of the Los Angeles Lakers, have called Sterling’s comments “disgusting” and “reprehensible.”

Knicks super fan Spike Lee said he hopes Silver boots Sterling from the league.
“I don’t know the bylaws of the league, but he has got to go,” Lee told CNN’s Anderson Cooper Monday night. “He’s tainting the league, he’s tainting America.”


V. Stiviano is seen wearing a welders mask in order to hide her identity from news reporters.






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