Donald Sterling may have to answer more questions regarding racist remarks from another alleged mistress, Maiko Maya King, who is suing the embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner alleging she was fired as an assistant after she rejected "a stream of racist and sexist taunts," TMZ reports.
On Monday, King, 40, filed the lawsuit claiming that she had a romantic relationship with Sterling between 2005 and 2011 when she worked as an assistant. During that time she claims Sterling would ask her to talk about past sexual encounters in order to arouse him and offered her bonuses to help him sexually. King claims in the lawsuit that she was approached by Sterling only after he became "bored sexually with his other assistant, V. Stiviano," according to TMZ.
King also alleges that during her employment, Sterling asked her, "How could you be married to a black man?" referencing her African-American former husband and "Why would you bring black people into the world?" referring to her kids with her ex.
When Sterling became upset with King he would allegedly tell her to "move back to the ghetto with a black man," and when he was courting King he allegedly stated, "I want to take you out of the black world and put you into the white world," according to the lawsuit and TMZ.
The New York Daily News spoke with King's ex-husband, Wayne King, who blamed Sterling for the demise of his marriage.
"I don't like the man. She told me all the racist things he said, but he had billions and I was just a stuntman. He broke up my marriage," Wayne King, 49, told the Daily News Monday.
Wayne and Maiko King divorced in 2009.
"I went to two Clippers games, but the whole situation was just ugly," he told the newspaper. "He tried to get my youngest daughter to give him kisses, and then he would turn his face to get it on the lips. I told him I didn't like that, and he said, 'But I just love her.'"
Maiko King has hired civil rights attorney Gloria Allred, TMZ reported.