Reports: Donald Sterling files corporate fraud suit against wife, NBA
Ousted Clippers owner still fighting to retain control of the team.
ESPN reports that exiled Clippers owner Donald Sterling has filed a second lawsuit, in addition to the one contesting the sale of the team currently in court. This one is also against his wife, Shelly Sterling, and the NBA.
Donald Sterling filed a lawsuit in Superior court Tuesday vs Shelly & NBA alleging corporate fraud— Ramona Shelburne (@ramonashelburne) July 23, 2014
Donald Sterling has filed another lawsuit in Superior court today against Shelly and NBA. His attorney said a ruling may not come for years.— Arash Markazi (@ArashMarkazi) July 23, 2014
Sterling's lawsuit is scheduled to end on July 28. If the judge in the case has not issued a ruling by Aug. 15, the offer for the team from Steve Ballmer expires and the league intends to pursue termination of ownership proceedings against Sterling and auction the team. There's been no indication yet of what this second suit would do to the proceedings. Either way, Donald Sterling's still refusing to go quietly in this whole messy ordeal.
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