V. Stiviano, who secretly recorded racist statements made by embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, was caught on video making similar statements Saturday by TMZ.
"I don't understand black people," Stiviano said. "The minute you give them a little bit of money, they don't know what to do with it."
"They just act crazy... They're like, 'Yo, I wanna put some rims on top of my rims. And my rims are gonna turn around, so I'm gonna call them - what? Spinners.'"
The video was from a 2011 reality show pilot about gold-diggers.
"They do stupid s... like that, when there's people starving around the world," she said. "That's what people want to do with their money?"
The second clip shows the 31 year old Stiviano riding in a car holding an Elmo doll as an African-American lady drives.
Speaking to the doll, Stiviano says "We don't like black people."
Her taped conversation in which Sterling says "It bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. Do you have to?"
Sterling, in another secretly taped conversation, claimed his remarks were his version of sweet talk as he tried to bed Stiviano according to the New York Daily News.
Stiviano claimed that she never slept with Sterling despite the gifts he gave her - including $500,000 in luxury cars and a $1.8 million duplex in Los Angeles.
After the recorded conversation was revealed, NBA commissioner Adam Silver fined Sterling $2.5 million and banned him for life from all NBA activities.
Estranged wife Shelly Sterling seized control of her husband's holdings after Donal Sterling was declared "mentally incapacitated" by two neurologists who diagnosed him with dementia.
Sterling's remarks to Stiviano, who is of African-American and Mexican descent, which she says in the recorded conversation, were in response to her posting photos to Instagram of herself with black people - in particular, with Magic Johnson.
"I think the fact that you admire (Magic) - I've know him well, and he should be admired," Sterling said. "And I'm just saying that it's too bad you can't admire him privately. And during your entire (expletive) life, your whole life, admire him - bring him here, feed him, (expletive) him, I don't care. You can do anything. But don't put him on an Instagram for the world to see so they have to call me. And don't bring him to my games. OK?"
Steve Ballmer, former CEO of Microsoft has agreed to buy the Clippers for $2 billion.
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