Stiviano, who is heard in the infamous tape recording in which Sterling goes into a racist rant that led to his lifetime NBA ban and an order to sell the Clippers, was apparently leaving a restaurant by the Gansevoort Hotel with her sister and friends when the assault occurred, CNN reported.
She was followed by two men who yelled racial slurs at her then punched her several times, leaving her face red and swollen, her attorney, Mac Nehoray, shared.
"I believe she will file a police report Monday," Nehoray said, clarifying that she did not immediately file one on Sunday night. more >>
Apollo Nida will be deposed next month where he will have to respond to intense questioning about his finances.
Nida, attorney Phaedra Parks' husband on "Real Housewives of Atlanta," made headlines earlier this year for allegedly creating fake businesses, false bank accounts and using stolen checks while defrauding automotive lendpers, according to Access Atlanta. Now, court documents obtained by Radar Online are revealing that he will have to bring forth financial statements and business records to the Office of the United States of Attorney in Atlanta on June 10.
"Nida, 35, is ordered to bring 'earning statements from … most recent paychecks,' 'business records for the present year and past calendar year,' 'current bank statements for the past 12 months,' 'all deeds, leases, contracts, and other documents representing any ownership interest,' and 'all stocks, bonds, or other securities of any class,' among other personal paperwork, documents state," Radar Online reports. more >>
The husband of a pregnant woman recently stoned to death in Pakistan recently admitted to murdering his first wife.
Mohammad Iqbal, husband to 25-year-old Farzana Parveen, admitted in a recent interview that he had murdered his first wife six years ago in order to marry Parveen. Parveen was recently stoned to death by members of her family when she refused to comply with an arranged marriage, going against her family's orders and instead marrying Iqbal. She was three months pregnant when she was stoned on Tuesday.
"I wanted to send a proposal to Farzana, so I killed my wife," Iqbal told CNN in an interview Thursday. Iqbal's son, who is now in his twenties, was reportedly the first to alert authorities when his mother was murdered six years ago. His father reportedly served one year in jail before being released because his son forgave him, an aspect of Pakistani law. more >>
A "perfect Christian" family found dead in their upscale Mission Viejo, California, home Tuesday was murdered by their 21-year-old son in a bloody Memorial Day murder-suicide, say police.
Police say Michael Sheer, 21, believed to be the oldest child of Mark, 55, and Lydia Sheer, 54, first shot his parents and 15-year-old sister, Amy, then turned the shotgun on himself, according to the OC Register.
A family friend, identified as only L.J., described the Sheers as "the perfect Christian family" who regularly attended Mount of Olives Lutheran Church in Mission Viejo. more >>
ANAHEIM, Calif. – Conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, who recently pleaded guilty to campaign finance fraud, admits that the last couple of years of his life have been a whirlwind that includes both political and personal failures, as well as successes and restoration.
While in the midst of putting the finishing touches on and promoting his new film, "America," due out in July, D'Souza maintains that his roller coaster life – which began with the box office success of "2016: Obama's America," and then moved to an alleged affair during a longtime separation from his wife that ultimately resulted in him resigning from King's College, and most recently, his confessed campaign fraud, with sentencing phase coming this September – is now moving toward stability.
"I feel its been at times a little crazy and at times a little surreal, perhaps no more so than recently because of the whole trial, [and] the criminal prosecution. It's something that I never really expected or thought that I would be facing," D'Souza told The Christian Post on Tuesday. "But I've tried to face it with honesty and dignity." more >>
Two Indian teenage girls were gang-raped and hanged from a mango tree in an orchard near Katra village in Uttar Pradesh state on Wednesday, sparking hundreds to protest what they allege is police inaction.
TV footage showed hundreds of villagers sitting under the bodies later that day in silent protest of police inaction. The people are accusing the local police chief of ignoring a report by the girls' father on Tuesday night that they are missing.
Villagers apparently found the bodies of the girls, two cousins 14 and 15 years old, hanging from a tree on Wednesday. more >>