In the midst of the national firestorm over Donald Sterling, the woman at the scandal’s center has taken in two foster children, her attorney said Tuesday.
The L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services on Friday approved V. Stiviano — who made the now-infamous recording of Sterling making racial remarks — to care for two boys, ages 12 and 13, according to Calabasas lawyer Mac Nehoray.
He said a DCFS social worker signed off on Stiviano as the boys’ temporary guardian after visiting the three-bedroom, $1.8-million home the Clippers owner bought for her last year.
The social worker’s visit came just hours before Stiviano gave an interview to ABC’s Barbara Walters, in which she denied being Sterling’s mistress and said she did not believe he is a racist.
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