A woman who said she worked for Donald Sterling filed a lawsuit Monday alleging that the embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner fired her after she refused to have sex with him and repeatedly made racist and sexist remarks in her presence.
Attorney Bobby Samini, who is representing Sterling, said in an email Monday night that the allegations are "completely baseless."
"Anyone objectively reviewing Ms. King's claims will have no doubt that they are without merit," Samini said.
King said Sterling made racist remarks about her former husband, who is African American and the father of her two children.
King says that Sterling told her in December 2013 that he needed her to be his personal assistant and caretaker.