PIRATE HOOKER: Sterling’s Side Chick Denies He’s Racist in 1st TV Interview

The woman at the center of the firestorm surrounding Clippers owner Donald Sterling has broken her silence in her first television interview.

V. Stiviano sat down with Barbara Walters tonight on ABC’s 20/20 to give her take on the racism controversy the broke when audio recordings of Stiviano and Sterling were made public.

Incredibly, the 31-year-old, who described herself as Sterling’s ‘silly rabbit,’ said she does not believe Donald Sterling is a racist.

‘I don’t believe it in my heart,’ she said, adding that although she’s heard him make racist comments, she doesn’t think he truly believes them.

‘I think the things he says are not the things he feels,’ she said. ‘Anyone can say anything in the heat of the moment.’

When Stiviano sat down to speak with Walters, she had reportedly just been in the company of Donald Sterling.

She described his mindset as, ‘Confused. I think he feels very alone. Not truly supported by those around him. Tormented. Emotionally traumatized.’

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRS-xhdyzro

Stiviano said she was urging Sterling to ‘come to his own rescue.’

Sterling has been stung by his treatment by his peers, the media, from his employees and acquaintances, Stiviano said.

Read more: Daily Mail

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