A woman who worked for banned Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is suing him for sexual harassment.  Maiko Maya King worked for Sterling's foundation and, according to her lawsuit, the two were in a "romantic relationship" from 2005 to 2011. 

King says Sterling subjected her to a steady stream of racially and sexually offensive comments. The lawsuit also accuses Sterling of offering King money if she would have sex with him, and of withholding her wages when she refused.  Sterling fired King early last month.  The NBA banned Sterling for life after recordings of him making racist comments became public.