Report: V. Stiviano Attacked In New York City

(New York, NY) -- The woman whose conversation with Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling led to his downfall is the reported victim of an attack in New York City. V. Stiviano's lawyer tells ABC News she was assaulted by two men outside the Gansevoort Hotel in Manhattan Sunday at about 7:00 p.m. local time. Attorney Mac Nehoray said Stiviano was examined by a doctor and described her as "banged up but OK."
Stiviano is the woman heard in the recorded phone conversation that outed Sterling's racist views and led to his banishment from the NBA. Over the weekend, TMZ, which first posted the recording, posted footage of Stiviano making disparaging remarks about African-Americans of her own. TMZ says the 2011 footage was for a reality show pilot.