Dodgers Great Tommy Lasorda Hopes V. Stiviano 'Gets Hit with a Car'

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMay 7, 2014

via WPBF

Everyone has an opinion on the Donald Sterling-V. Stiviano situation, but nobody has made their feelings known quite like Los Angeles Dodgers great Tommy Lasorda—a longtime friend of the Los Angeles Clippers owner.

In an interview with Florida's WPBF-TV, Lasorda was very blunt in saying, "I don't wish that girl any bad luck, but I hope she gets hit with a car." 

While Sterling has been painted as the villain in this controversy, Stiviano has also been called out for allegedly extorting the 80-year-old billionaire and potentially working above the law to expose his racism. 

Regardless of how everything plays out, it's clear that Lasorda doesn't view Stiviano as a victim. 

[WPBF 25 News, h/t USA TODAY's FTW]

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