Jan 10, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling attends the game against the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center. The Clippers defeated the Lakers 123-87. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

V. Stiviano crashes Ferrari Donald Sterling gave her, throws obscenity-laced temper tantrum

You know, part of the reason that the whole Donald Sterling situation won’t go away is that because everyone involved in the incident won’t stop either saying or doing dumb things in public, and Sterling’s ex-girlfriend, V. Stiviano, is the latest to add her name to that list, a few weeks after she appeared on national TV and made a fool of herself.

According to a report from TMZ Sports, Stiviano crashed the Ferrari that was given to her by Sterling when they were dating in Beverly Hills on Monday afternoon, and then proceeded to get out and try and use her new found fame to her advantage.

V. Stiviano rolled into Beverly Hills Monday afternoon right before rolling the Ferrari Donald Sterling gave her into another car … TMZ has learned.

Stiviano was driving her red whip behind a black Range Rover when we’re told she failed to stop and caused a rear ender.  The other driver tells TMZ … she was wearing her visor at the time of the crash.

We’re told V. went insane … jumping out of the Ferrari and “screaming every obscenity in the book,” including, “You know who you’re messing with, mother f*****?”

What’s also notable about this situation is the fact that last week, legendary Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda stated when asked about the situation that he hoped Stiviano got hit by a car. This is definitely close enough to fulfilling that prophecy of his.

When you combine this incident with the recent interview that is to air on CNN that Sterling did with Anderson Cooper, and the interview that Shelly Sterling just did as well, this story is never going to leave our lives and we need to all just deal with that, as painful as that is to take in.

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