V. Stiviano, who recorded the now-infamous conversation with Donald Sterling that caught the disgraced NBA owner making disparaging remarks about African Americans, might have to defend her own racist comments.
TMZ has aired yet another recording — this one video of Stiviano making derogatory comments about African-Americans.
Among her remarks:
"I don't understand black people. You give them a little bit of money, they don't know what to do with it."
"[Black people] just act crazy… they're like, 'Yo, I wanna put extra (car) rims on top of my rims. And my rims are gonna turn around. I'm gonna call them spinners.'"
Stiviano referred a request for comment by USA TODAY Sports to her attorneys, who could not be reached.
"No direct comment. Have a beautiful day," she said.
TMZ, the gossip site, reported the tape was footage for a 2011 reality show pilot about "gold diggers."
Stiviano, who is black and Mexican, was aware of being recorded, speaking directly into the camera.
The footage comes to light five weeks after TMZ aired the audio recording of Sterling's racist rant during which Stiviano chided the NBA for his remarks.
Stiviano later defended Sterling, attributing his comments to his having grown up during a time when blacks and whites were segregated.
"Through his actions, he's shown to be a very generous and kind man," she said during an interview with Barbara Walters.
It was Stiviano's posting photos of herself with Magic Johnson and other African Americans that drew Sterling's wrath during the recorded conversation.
In a lawsuit against the NBA filed Friday, Sterling said his rant was triggered by Stiviano saying she was going to bring "four gorgeous guys" to a Clippers game.