Thursday, October 8, 2015

Wonder What He Calls Her In Private?

Donald Sterling Calls Girlfriend ‘Filthy B—h’ During Restaurant Rant

By Emily Smith, 2013 Page Six

Disgraced, racist former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling got into a public fight with a new girlfriend, calling her a “filthy bitch” in front of shocked diners at an LA eatery.

The baggy-eyed billionaire launched into another of his famous tirades, this time at a 20-something brunette, before patrons at hip Vietnamese restaurant the District by Hannah An in LA on Tuesday.

Sterling, who famously lost the NBA franchise after his mistress, V. Stiviano, recorded him going on a racist rant, was seen furiously yelling at the woman as they left the place with two others.

One witness said, “Sterling appeared to be drunk. He was slurring and screaming at this young woman — who looked like a D-list model and was wearing a white sequined top and jeans — in front of everybody, ‘You filthy bitch, get out of my life, I don’t want your stuff in my house.’”

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