Shelly Sterling’s Injunction Request Against Donald Sterling Denied

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Shelly Sterling (C), the wife of Donald Sterling owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, watches the Clippers against the Golden State Warriors. (Credit: Getty Images)

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Donald Sterling threatened to “take out” a lawyer representing his wife and left hostile voicemail messages with two doctors who declared him mentally incapacitated, according to documents filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court.

The allegations were part of a motion by Shelly Sterling’s attorneys seeking an injunction to bar her husband and his attorneys from intimidating witnesses and opposing counsel. Judge Michael Levanas denied the request Thursday.

A four-day hearing is scheduled next month to examine whether Donald Sterling’s removal in May as a trustee of the Sterling Family Trust was appropriate. After Shelly Sterling became the lone trustee, she quickly agreed to sell the Clippers to Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.

Donald Sterling, though, has pledged to fight.

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