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V. Stiviano Brutally Beaten in New York City By Two Men

V. Stiviano Brutally Beaten in New York City By Two Men

V. Stiviano, the woman at the center of the Donald Sterling incident, was attacked in New York City by two unidentified men on Sunday evening (June 1).

“Two white men descended on her,” attorney Mac Nehorary told Radar about his client who was leaving a hotel in the Meatpacking district. “They were about 5’7 and they knew exactly who she was. They began to hit her and called her the N word. Other disgusting slurs were made against her. She was able to run away and several onlookers then began attempting to apprehend the two men.”

V. is expected to make a full recovery, but, “one side of her face is extremely red and she is obviously very scared (about her well being).”

Our thoughts go out to V. during this time – we wish her a speedy recovery!

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65 Responses to “V. Stiviano Brutally Beaten in New York City By Two Men”

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  1. 1
    Jen Says:

    Disgusting. I had a feeling something like this would happen to her, and it’s a damn shame. I still think it was right of her to do what she did, and I can only hope that this doesn’t happen to her again and that she can feel safe at some point.

  2. 2
    Doubtful Says:

    Seems fishy – probably a setup for publicity.

  3. 3
    ladyb Says:

    Why don’t I feel sorry for her?

  4. 4
    Required Says:

    Good! Very Good! Haha

  5. 5
    WGCR Says:

    Now she tried to act like she is a victim after exposing a private conversation?? Did she just set the whole thing up? 5″7?? I have no sympathy for her.

  6. 6
    soy Says:

    karma’s a *****

  7. 7
    sdf Says:

    @ladyb: because you are a racist **&^

  8. 8
    HotMessInAWalmartDress Says:

    @Jen: You still think it was right to do what she did?………………. Like flirt with other ,younger, just as rich men in front of your old ass pimp/sugar daddy just to push his buttons and make him jealous. Then secretly record him over 100 tapes. All so you could get fame. Just a few days ago she was on tmz talking trash about black people and now she’s back to playing the victim. Perfect timing Ms. V. Stiviano or should I say Ms. Vanessa Marie Perez you manipulative Fame seeking Psychopath!

  9. 9
    HotMessInAWalmartDress Says:

    This C*unt is making this up and you sheeple that fall for her sorry act are fools.

  10. 10
    offtheproperty Says:

    Anyone who believes anything this freak says is the world’s biggest fool.
    The headline says she was “brutally beaten,” which has resulted in one side of her face being red. That is the kind of incongruence that results in charges of filing a false report. I hope this loser adds that to her extortion charge. She’s the worst example of what she looked Barbara Walters in the eye and claimed not to be — a pro. Stick with Magic Johnson. LOL!

  11. 11
    Mrs. Gaston Says:

    something is weird about her and this story. she and donald sterling deserve each other. i’m sick of seeing both their distorted faces!

    just go! bye! and take paula deen, justin beiber and george zimmerman with you – all walking toilets, disgusting and full of $%!#.

  12. 12
    allison Says:

    First thought is she and her friends set this up. Next stop reality tv show

  13. 13
    allison Says:

    BTW the first heard about this is by her lawyer. Why not a NY reporter who covers police calls.

  14. 14
    Tori Says:

    It is hard to believe this since apparently she never called the police.

  15. 15
    siennagold Says:

    Well, that’s bad karma for you.

  16. 16
    Jen Says:

    @HotMessInAWalmartDress: I don’t think anyone deserves to be beat up, and I wouldn’t be surprised it was hired people from Donald’s side to do it considering she made him lose everything. I do think it was right to expose him because he was so wrong. BTW, she IS black and I’m black too, and everything she said about black people is true. It’s not racist to say they don’t know how to spend their money…most don’t…and a lot in certain communities just put rims on their car because they have money they don’t know how to spend. That’s like redneck white people making redneck white people jokes. Jeff Foxworthy made a whole career off of it. She wasn’t being racist when she was stating a fact, not a stereotype. Her comments were also not directed about specific people/businesses that she owns. She also said it publicly, not privately, and clearly stood by every word she meant. Whether it was to get fame or not, I’m still glad he was exposed. She could also be the greediest gold digger on the planet, she still doesn’t deserved to be beat up and if you think she does then you’re a sad-sad human being. Even if you think she’s a b*tch and shouldn’t have released the tapes, that’s still no reason to be happy that someone got physically hurt. That’s just ignorant on top of being disturbing.

  17. 17
    Jen Says:

    @siennagold: If that’s how you feel, that someone should be physically hurt… then you’ll probably get a dose of karma too.

  18. 18
    m Says:

    @Doubtful: I have to agree with you. The word Brutally seems to be overly exaggerated judging from the article.

  19. 19
    xyzc Says:


  20. 20
    HotMessInAWalmartDress Says:

    @Jen: I don’t think anyone deserves to get beat up. You should have read what I wrote thoroughly honey! I obviously state that it was in my belief that she conveniently made this up to receive sympathy from the media. Stating that it is okay to make private things public for nothing more then personal gain (media exposer) is not only wrong but also illegal. It’s called extortion. You stating that she can put others down because she is of the same race is not only wrong but very hypocritical. When defending ones right to be hypocritical you stated “It’s not racist to say they don’t know how to spend their money…most don’t…and a lot in certain communities just put rims on their car because they have money they don’t know how to spend” by saying MOST DON’T you are not only categorizing people by race but stating that you speak for all black people. have you meet every black person? No. You yourself are black but by calling “them” out for there spending I can tell that you a “black person” don’t have rims.

  21. 21
    Not really Says:

    @HotMessInAWalmartDress: It’s not hypocritical. It may be rude, but it’s not racist. There’s a difference. She is not a white person who owns a team full of black people and thinks they’re better than those people but thinks those people should be grateful to them because she pays them. She’s a black person who was saying rude things about her own race. Rude, not racist. Sometimes you have to expose private matters in order for actions to be taken. Whether it was for media exposure or not. In fact, there’s a lot of things that happen behind closed doors that have been exposed and saved lives. If people didn’t report things they saw behind closed doors, people wouldn’t be brought to justice from hurting people behind closed doors. I don’t care for her, but I’m glad Donald got exposed. I don’t care for her, but she shouldn’t be hurt either.

  22. 22
    HotMessInAWalmartDress Says:

    Whether it was to get fame or not, I’m still glad he was exposed. Do you know him personally? We’ve all said stupid things even you have said stupid things. You don’t know the nature of there relationship. He was very old and had a lot of money she was much younger. maybe he was insecure about her being around other men that were younger, better looking and just as rich. Having over one hundred tapes means she was listening to it and putting up with it. You don’t have to be forced to do things you don’t like or feel uncomfortable doing. what does that say about her and he obviously didn’t mind be around her. Like you stated “she made him lose everything” and “whether it was to get fame or not, I’m still glad he was” without knowing them personally? Its not okay for someone to get beat. Its also not okay too commit extortion and thinking that either is okay is only being ignorant on top of being disturbing.

  23. 23
    HotMessInAWalmartDress Says:

    @Not really: When he was making those comments he was speaking to a person he was close too. He and Miss Stiviano had a PERSONAL relationship. You don’t know the nature of. It was admitted by Mr. Sterling that he said those things to get laid. She was clearly taking photos of other men and he didn’t like it. Jealousy maybe? Rude but not racist? you can be so judgemental. But who are you to judge? Miss stiviano gets a pass for calling “them” stupid? Your happeness at another person being exposed and saying its okay for that person to put PEOPLE don’t for there lift choices says a lot about you! He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone. @xyzc: I need to see proof as well. By her pervious actions. that she openly admitted too. She can’t be trusted!

  24. 24
    Not really Says:

    @HotMessInAWalmartDress: I find it funny that you’re calling people judgmental, you’re talking about “he that is without sin”, you’re just preaching and preaching and preaching about right and wrong from behind your keyboard and computer and your anonymous name and all the while you’re making up excuses of V being in the wrong. You’re sitting up on your pedestal talking about others not judging all while making assumptions about a relationship you know nothing about other that some tabloid reports. You don’t know V or Donald, so you should really take your own advice, read your own words, and hop off your throne before you tell people not to judge when your first comment was “This C*unt is making this up and you sheeple that fall for her sorry act are fools.” Anything you said after that was invalid considering you made one of the nastiest and judgmental comments on her to both V and other commenters on here…calling us sheeples when you don’t know ANY of us. So, please, spare me your “teachings”.

  25. 25
    Hmm Says:

    @HotMessInAWalmartDress: You made good points in your responses, but so did those you replied to. However, in the end, all of your good points were heavily damped by your initial HEAVILY critical, judgmental, and cruel first comment. You talk about all the wrong doings of V and then tell someone not to judge those they haven’t met. You talk about their personal relationship, but you don’t know either party. If you’re going to tell others not to pass judgement, you shouldn’t either.

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