Celebrity Disputes

On the first day of the Sterling family trust trial that would determine whether or not the $2 billion L.A. Clippers sale can be completed, a witness testified that L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling may be experiencing the early signs of Alzheimer’s, a report by the Huffington Post revealed on July 8.

Dr. Meril Sue Platzer told the probate court on Monday that after giving Sterling a battery of tests, she came to the conclusion that he might be suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. If proven, his wife Shelly Sterling would be granted the authority over their family trust and may continue with the sale of L.A. Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer.

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