May 14th, 2014
11:01 PM ET

New 'Sterling' audiotape: She's a monster

Donald Sterling had only kind words to say about V. Stiviano during his interview with Anderson Cooper. Now another audiotape purportedly caught Sterling in a private conversation. This time there is a much different tone when it comes to Stiviano. Randi Kaye has the latest.

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  1. davidpun

    I don't think Donald Sterling is as bad as Cooper is making him out to be. He's a bit arrogant, but he admitted that his comments were inappropriate and he was goaded into making them. Be fair. Donald is hardly the archetype of racism in the US.

    May 16, 2014 at 10:04 pm |
  2. huxtablemark

    I know what don said is to most not proper but lets really think about the man who said this hes 80 yrs old grew up in America when white was white and black was black he cant help the way he was raised and segregation was alive in America I personnally don't agree with his comments but to ruin his life for stating his beliefs is wrong this is America we do have freedom of speech I do agree with him on majic is not a good role model and should step back a role model does not have unprotected sex commit audultry and get hiv

    May 16, 2014 at 8:57 pm |
  3. tehranboldon

    What kills me about the clippers owner not wanting to sell the team?? It's the fact that the league wouldn't have to take action if the fans did not show up for the games and the star players would refuse to play for him and demand a trade! Also any team they was scheduled to play them should not be fined if the players refused to play against them forfeiting the games !!! Sterling would lose more money than any fine and the teams stock and value would plummet so low that he would have to practically give them
    Away ! But as usual Americans will not stick together or stand up for anything ! This is what would've happened 1963!

    May 16, 2014 at 2:30 pm |
  4. penser

    Get some news, please! What is CNN? TMZ?

    May 15, 2014 at 9:02 am |
    • ckt54

      I have tried to answer your question several times but they keep deleting me. Anthony Johnson

      May 15, 2014 at 11:39 am |
  5. ckt54

    BTW, Why do you always put the owning of black slaves always on whites? When in fact a black man owned the first black slave. Blacks not only owned slaves but sold them. This is a travesty of history the way it is and has been reported. I'm tired of the way " white people" are being represented by "you people".

    May 15, 2014 at 8:51 am |
    • penser

      Do you know the name of this black man in which you speak? Whites owned white slaves, too. What's your point? Slavery existed for many centuries in different countries. But, you live in the good old United States of America, (or at least the western world) a country supposedly built on ideals of "freedom, liberty, justice for all", etc. etc., and hails that language in its very founding documents. There was no slavery more brutal than that exacted by Europeans on Africans, and on the continent, there were many forms of slavery-most not intergenerational, and many for domestic service. These slaves could eventually have hope of returning home or integrating into the clan. Not so in the case of white slavery. Also, these countries didn't build their entire economy on slavery, as the U.S. did. Check your history.

      May 15, 2014 at 9:21 am |
    • davidpun

      That's a novel idea. Blame the blacks for slavery! That's like Hitler blaming the Jews for the holocaust.! Only in the good 'ol USA

      May 16, 2014 at 10:02 pm |
  6. ckt54

    CNN had mouth pieces,talking heads,guests,( whatever you call them ) claiming Stiviano was like a black slave to Sterling. Are you kidding me? This woman played Sterling like a fiddle and received 2 million in gifts and god knows how much money she got off the old senile man. The money and gifts were probably drying up so she resorted to taping him to extort more from him or at least as it happened sold recordings to media outlets or as she claims a friend of hers did. I don't know any woman, white, hispanic, asian, considered as a slave to someone get 2 million in gifts and money. They also had a guy on with Don Lemon who called Sterling and illegally recorded him said he didn't like what Sterling said about Magic so he called him and recorded him.gave recordings to media outlets claims he didn't sell them. This man claimed to be a friend to Sterling and known him for 5 years but chose to record him and get him in a conversation about all that had gone down with Stiviano and Magic and recorded it. This black man use to run a escort service that is how he says he knows Sterling for 5 years. This man pretended to be his friend to get him to talk. This man has no credibility and clearly set up a 80 year old senile man with dementia to furthur his own career for his 15 minutes of fame. I would put running an escort service right up there with black women being treated like slaves by Sterling except I don't think this black man paid the black women millions of dollars that were the escorts. Why isn't anyone comparing him running an escort service with black women that worked for him the same as they're claiming against Sterling? Maybe because this guy is black. Sterling gave Stiviano 2 million in gifts and would go out in public with her I don't think any slave owners did that nor this black guy who ran an escort service.

    May 15, 2014 at 8:32 am |
    • penser

      She was not like a slave, but she was, in fact like a whore, who exchanged sex for favors. Plain and simple. What other reason would she be with this man? Wanting to ensure her "severance package", she used street means to get whatever more she thought she could. I'm sure there's a raunchy book deal or movie in the making. Now this woman wants us to take her seriously? "An archivist" she says. Right. I'm sure her publicist came up with that one. As for him, he's creepy and racist, and her actions do not exonerate his misbehavior. However, propping this prostitute as some kind of representative of civil rights is really, really low. Another reason I don't watch CNN-even Anderson Cooper-anymore.

      May 15, 2014 at 9:07 am |

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