Sterling’s Mistress Says She Didn’t Leak the Tape; Claims Not Altered
V. Stiviano seems to be enjoying the spotlight and her legal team has not been shy about making statements.
The latest being that she claims she did not leak the tape to the media.
Mac E. Nehoray — of the Nehoray Legal Group — has issued a statement saying, “My firm represents Ms. V Stiviano who is a named defendant in a civil action brought by Rochelle H. Sterling in the Central Civil Superior Court, County of Los Angeles.”
“This office understands that the currently released audio tape of approximately 15 minutes is a portion of approximately one (1) hour of overall audio recording of Mr. Donald T. Sterling and Ms. Stiviano, and is in fact legitimate.”
“Ms. Stiviano did not release the tape(s) to any news media.”
I don’t believe her, but for legal reasons I understand why they are saying that and it is possible she gave the tape to someone to leak to TMZ and Deadspin so she could say that she herself didn’t release the tape.
The question begs what else is on the tape? I guess we’ll find out sooner than later.Powered by Sidelines