Friday, May 2, 2014



Temecula, CA – Being remorseful to an exclusive magazine, Donald Sterling said, “I wish I had just paid her off” after his latest blackballing (pun intended) of Bunny booty.   

Donald Sterling can’t watch his players on the court in California -- and now he can't play in Nevada.

A day after he was banned from the NBA for life and fined $2.5 million, Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling also got the boot from the infamous Bunny Ranch brothel outside Carson City, Nevada.

The owner of the legal brothel, Dennis Hof, also announced that Sterling is banned from entering any of his six other brothels in the state.

"A lot of NBA players come here to party," Hof told the Huffington Post. "Out of respect to them, we have banned Sterling from coming here."

Hof issued the ban on behalf of his employees as well.

"At any given time, 20 to 23 percent of the prostitutes here are African-American," Hof said. "And they're smoking hot. Some of them were crying this morning so we're doing this for them as well. We don't need racists or bigots at the Bunny Ranch."

The owner would neither confirm nor deny whether Sterling had ever visited in the past.

"I can tell you this: Johnny Buss, one of the owners of the Los Angeles Lakers, and I have had a dual birthday party at the Bunny Ranch for the last 18 years, so a lot of NBA people have been here," Hof said.

The “Duck Dynasty guys” and Michael Vick have also been banned from the Bunny Ranch and its subsidiaries.

Meanwhile, since the scandal erupted last week, Sterling has been holed up in the penthouse atop a nearly empty office building he owns in Beverly Hills.

He fled the oceanfront Malibu mansion he shares with his racist wife, Shelly, paranoid about being electronically recorded, the Calendar’s mole reported.

“She and Donald think there are bugs everywhere since this happened, even on their phones and they can sweep for bugs,” said the mole.

On Thursday, a deliveryman brought two pizzas to the penthouse. Sterling has been phoning friends for support, sources said and an NBA executive who is close to Sterling told the New York Daily News that if the other 29 owners vote to force him to sell the team, he’ll sue the league.

“He’s calling everyone, saying: ‘Tell me I’m not a racist,’a source said, noting that the friends are refusing, for fear that Sterling was recording them.
An NBA executive who is close to Sterling told the New York Daily News that if the other 29 owners vote to force him to sell the team, he’ll sue the league.

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Sources said Sterling has also been telling friends that he doesn’t understand the public furor over his recorded comments to then-girlfriend V. Stiviano, whom he scolded for publicly “associating with black people” and told not to bring any black friends to “my games.” Sterling noted that what his GF did in private, even fucking, was alright. It was the public image that mattered and that may explain why Tokowitz went to ‘Sterling’.

And insiders at ABC said Sterling is/was in negotiations to chat with Barbara Walters for a “20/20” interview.

Media consultant Bobby Grossman said Sterling’s best hope for public forgiveness would be to “confront his demons, but he’s got to be honest about it. The only recourse for someone like Donald Sterling is to come out and say: ‘I am a racist . I will spend the rest of my life trying [to change].’"

Going for the sympathy vote may be Sterling’s shrewdest move. Disgraced racist Los Angeles Clippers owner Sterling is battling cancer — surprising those around him by beating the final buzzer for as long as he has, sources said on Thursday.

“They thought he would die two years ago,” one source said of Sterling. “People have been predicting his imminent demise. I’m sure he has the best [expletive deleted] drugs money can buy,” said the source, who works closely with pro sports teams. “He can do anything to keep himself alive.”

The source said some of the medication Sterling has been taking is responsible for the puffy appearance of his face.

Another source said Sterling, 80, was specifically suffering from prostate cancer.

In an ironic twist, Sterling refused to pay for prostate-cancer surgery a decade ago for then-Clippers assistant coach Kim Hughes.

“I contacted the Clippers about medical coverage and they said the surgery wouldn’t be covered,” Hughes told The Journal Times of Racine, Wis., in 2011.

“They said if they did it for one person, they’d have to do it for everybody else.”

Four Clippers players chipped in to cover the $70,000 cost an owner worth $1.9 billion wouldn’t.

Meanwhile, Sterling has been phoning friends to ‘like’ him again, sources said.

As oft been said, 'racism is a cancer on society.'

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