V. Stiviano, the woman responsible for taping former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's racist tirade, was reportedly attacked by two men in New York City on Sunday night.
According to Radar Online who spoke with her lawyer, Stiviano was leaving her hotel in Manhattan when two assailants, described as white men, attacked her and proceeded to call her racial slurs, including the "n-word."
According to the account, the men knew who she was, and the attack was not random. After the incident, Stiviano was taken back to her hotel, where a physician examined her injuries. Stiviano is expected to make a full recovery, though her lawyer predicts that she will suffer bruising to the right side of her face.
According to a comment made by her lawyer (via Radar), Stiviano has not yet filed a police report and isn't planning on it.
This is not the first incident or threat that Stiviano has faced since the recording she made of Sterling's racist remarks were leaked to the press. She has allegedly received a number of death threats and hate mail.
Stiviano and her lawyer are expected to appear on Anderson Cooper 360 on Monday, June 2.