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V. Stiviano assaulted in NYC?

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V. Stiviano, whose tape recording of Donald Sterling ranting against African-Americans led to his NBA lifetime ban, was assaulted by two men outside a New York hotel Sunday night, according to her lawyer.

The alleged assault took place as Stiviano was leaving a restaurant by the Gansevoort Hotel with her sister and friends. The men followed her, yelling racial slurs, said Stiviano's attorney Mac Nehoray.
They punched her several times, leaving the right side of her face red and swollen, he said.

Stiviano didn't immediately file a police report, because "she had to get out of there," Nehoray said. "I believe she will file a police report Monday," he said.

Meanwhile, Donald Sterling attended church services Sunday with an all black congregation in Los Angeles as he continues to try and salvage his reputation. He's also moving forward with a $1 billion lawsuit against the NBA because the league is forcing him to sell the Clippers. 
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