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Attention Seeking V. Stiviano: Her Brush with Haters in Manhattan



Gotcha, Sugar Daddy

V. Stiviano made NYC headlines in June when two white men allegedly attacked her and shouted racist vulgarities (N**r and B**ch) as she got into a cab. It’s hard to believe that could happen to a nice girl like that.

by T.M. Burroughs


A guard at the Ganse­voort said he saw Stiviano and her crew get involved in the brawl at around 7 p.m.

He said Stiviano was with several male and female friends when they got into an argument among themselves. The brawl was taken outside where two men attacked V.

BUT . . .

she sought the media before calling police or seeing a doctor.

“Simply put, a credible victim of a crime does not have her attorney call the press before she calls the police.”

‘Miss Stiviano seems intent on keeping her name in the spotlight. But I can assure you if this case goes to trial, my cross-examination will last longer than her 15 minutes of fame.'”


All charges against her alleged attacker were dropped!



Traumatized V. recovered from ordeal in record speed.

I missed all of this hullabaloo about V. in June.  Didn’t see them until today when I looked her up, after it was announced that Donald Sterling has lost his first round in court, and his estranged wife Shelly Sterling was found to have acted appropriately in having old Donald’s mental state evaluated.

Don’t worry, I’m not going to spend much space here on V.  I just have to wonder why anyone would think V. wants attention, or is a Gold Digger.

It’s not like she . . . 

jumps on every offer to be interviewed (ahem, Barbara Walters, Anderson Cooper, Dr. Phil) . . .


One interview down, several to go.

flaunts her identity. . .


Just in case you don’t know who I am.


 or drives a flashy car.


Ms. Inconspicuous

Geez. Cut the girl some slack.

THBmore from T. at


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Baron Von Kowenhoven

Baron was just a shy kid with a dream, growing up in the 40's with a knack for story-telling. After a brief career in film, Von Kowenhoven went to Europe in search of fringe-scientific discoveries and returned in the 90's to unleash them on the entertainment and political landscape of America.

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