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The drama continues for Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling. RadarOnline.com has learned that the disgraced billionaire is now being sued by ex-girlfriend, Maiko King, for sexual harassment and racial discrimination. King claims she performed sexual acts for the racist octogenarian and was terminated from her employment after voicing opposition to his controversial comments.

According to the lawsuit, filed on behalf of King by

Real Housewives of New Jersey star Caroline Manzo‘s husband, Albert, has been slapped with a lawsuit for discrimination, RadarOnline.com is reporting.

A waitress who worked for Albert and his brother Tommy at The Brownstone House in Paterson, N.J., claims she’s owed money for overtime and alleges the brothers of bigotry.

“Are you blind?”  Tommy allegedly yelled at her, Lanise Jackson claimed in court papers obtained by the NY Daily News.

“What are you, Chinese? Open your… Continue reading RHONJ Star Caroline Manzo’s Husband Sued For Discrimination, Waitress Claims Unfair Pay & Bigotry

Producers for ABC’s The Bachelor broke their silence concerning the discrimination lawsuit against the hit series.

“This complaint is baseless and without merit,” read a statement by Warner Horizon, one of the production companies behind the show. “In fact, we have had various participants of color throughout the series’ history, and the producers have been consistently — and publicly — vocal about seeking diverse candidates for both programs. As… Continue reading ‘Bachelor’ producers say discrimination lawsuit ‘without merit’

When Zachary Quinto came out to New York magazine he was shocked to find that his sexual preference had become “global news.”

While the actor reiterated that he was “really glad that that’s the way it all unfolded” it turns out that other homosexual actors do not share Quinto’s sentiment.

A recent survey reveals that gay actors still believe that coming out influences the type of roles they are offered. According to… Continue reading Gay Actors Poll: Homosexual Stars Feel Coming Out Causes Discrimination

 The Conversation: Is IMDb Really to Blame for Hollywoods Age Discrimination Issue?

Lying about one’s age in Hollywood has been great for actresses since the start of motion pictures. Imagine Jean Arthur kicking off her fame in her late 30s now, or starring in Shane in her 50s. And it wasn’t just to seem younger. Think of Traci Lords. Umm, never mind. Nor was it just women. Laurence Fishburne said he was older to get… Continue reading The Conversation: Is IMDb Really to Blame for Hollywood's Age Discrimination Issue?