“If you are having sex with a woman you are paying for, you always call her honey because you can’t remember her name.”
THE WIFE of Donald Sterling for 50 years, Rochelle H. Sterling, filed a lawsuit back in March in which she alleges her husband gave V. Stiviano “a 2012 Ferrari, two Bentleys and a 2013 Range Rover, worth a total of more than $500,0000,” in what she sees as community property. Reported by the Los Angeles Times, they posted a response from Stiviano’s attorney that is as priceless as the rest of the details of the now unfolding sordid sex life of Donald Sterling and his Caligula-esque appetites.
[Updated at 8:15 p.m. PDT, April 26, 2014: In a court filing, Stiviano’s attorney, Mac Nehoray, argues that a gift cannot be revoked by the giver and that there is not “a peppercorn of a fact” that any fraud or undue influence was involved.
Nehoray further says that nowhere in the lawsuit does it say that “the feminine wiles of Ms. Stiviano overpowered the iron will of” Sterling, “who is well known as one of the most shrewd businessmen in the world.”]
In a sex scandal reported by Smoking Gun (h/t TPM Muckraker), the details of what it’s like to snare a married rich guy like Donald Sterling was laid out in a 2004n deposition, the facts coming from the Clippers owner himself.
In a note he wrote to the woman, he describes her as “delicious,” meaning to him “she was sucking me all night.”
From TPM Muckraker, who transposed some of the juicier parts of the Smoking Gun document from Mr. Sterling’s deposition in 2004.
“This girl is the lowest form … She is a freak. A total freak, I knew from the day she came in that she was a total freak and a piece of trash.”
“She just stripped every time you saw the woman,” he said. “I have never seen anything like it in my life.”
“She came usually after everybody left because that is when she wanted to have sex,” [Donald Sterling] said, “and that is when she needed her money.”
“But if I was buying myself something and she started to cry that she wanted something, then maybe I would,” he went on. “The girl always cried, never had any money, always talked about sex and how I was so cheap.”
In the documents at Smoking Gun, Sterling talks about the girl having little money and wanting him to buy her things. He testified that she wanted to have a relationship with Mike Tyson, which she had to try out for by having sex with one of his men first.
It was a very different situation than what Donald Sterling and V. Stiviano had together it seems.
According to the lawsuit filed by Rochelle H. Sterling, it all began with V. Stiviano in February 2010 at the Super Bowl.
Rochelle H. Sterling alleges that V. Stiviano is a vixen of epic proportions, with her Donald Sterling a victim.
According to Sterling’s wife, V. Stiviano allegedly “engages in conduct designed to target, befriend, seduce, and then entice, cajole, borrow from, cheat, and/or receive gifts of transfers of wealth from wealthy older men whom she targets for such purpose.”
Sic ’em, Rochelle, just be prepared for it to get very ugly. It’s not like Sterling didn’t fool around for years, so we’re supposed to believe his wife never knew?
These types of men can be seen a mile away. Obviously, there’s something riled Rochelle up to get finally seek revenge.
Mrs. Sterling alleging her husband “transferred significant community property, assets, and monies” to V. Stiviano. Besides the 2012 Ferrari involved, two Bentleys, and a 2013 Range Rover, which are valued at $500,000, there is also allegedly a $1,800,000 money transfer so that Sterling could by his mistress a duplex. Mrs. Sterling believes there is in excess of $2 million in damages owed to her, with Causes of Action laid out in detail in the lawsuit.
A man with money, especially the amounts Donald Sterling has, who isn’t alone in his class, can inspire the strangest behavior in women. The lifestyle, the perks, the power, it’s all such a powerful aphrodisiac.
What this arrangement does to the wife, if she finds out and their marriage doesn’t come with at least an unspoken acknowledgement that he can play around, is severe.
Then there is the fact that Donald Sterling made a fool of his wife in public and used their community property to make his paramour comfortable. Women have their pride, too, and personal egos. Many a wealthy wife will turn her head, as long as her husband respects her along the way.
Donald Sterling is of the class of men who not only thinks people of color are inferior, he also believes that women are even lower and that his money and class allow him to use them like property.
When women play along they set themselves up for disaster.
Rochelle Sterling intends to get even, but V. Stiviano is going to fight her all the way.