Just when you think you were out of all the Donald Sterling stories, he pulls you back in.
Police were called to the former Clippers owner's house Wednesday because of a reported burglary in progress. When they got there, they found no burglary, but they did find V. Stiviano, the woman whose recording of Sterling making racial remarks led to his downfall.
Beverly Hills police Lt. Lincoln Hoshino told The Times that officers were called to the home by Shelly Sterling. Hoshino said she apparently made the call after receiving secondhand information.
Authorities were called at 1:40 p.m. Wednesday and were there for roughly 15 minutes. Stiviano, it turned out, had been invited to the home by Donald Sterling, police said.
Hoshino told the Associated Press they found "no criminal activity whatsoever."
Police left after seeing no crime had been committed. Attorneys for Shelly Sterling told the Associated Press that they were not aware of the incident.