Trial Date Set for Clippers Owner
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ The sexual harassment lawsuit against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling will go to trial April 7.
The trial in Los Angeles Superior Court will go before judge Ronald Sohigian.
Christine Jaksy claims she quit working for Sterling after he repeatedly offered her money to have sex with him, then asked her to recruit sexual partners.
Jaksy’s lawyer, Natasha Roit, said her client was a property management consultant for Sterling, who also has a law firm and a real estate company bearing his name.
Jaksy’s lawsuit, filed April 3, claims Sterling offered her a $300 to $400 a week raise in exchange for set.
``We’re going to try this case in a court of law,″ Roit said Wednesday. ``Come April, we’ll be ready.″