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V Stiviano forced to swap Ferrari for Hyundai as she moves out of LA duplex

Down and out in Beverly Hills: V Stiviano forced to swap Ferrari for battered Hyundai and a graffitied van as she moves out of $1.8 million LA duplex after losing lawsuit

Stiviano has moved her belongings out of the $1.8 million Beverly Hills duplex she'd claimed Donald Sterling had given herThe 32 year old looked less than happy as she helped a tattooed young man put her possessions in a graffiti covered converted mailing truckShe later drove off in a dirty Hyundai Alantra, a big climb down from the expensive Ferrari that Sterling had once lavished upon herEarlier this month a LA judge ordered Stiviano hand back a total of $2.6 million in sugar daddy gifts to Donald and Shelly SterlingBy

A downcast looking V. Stiviano has been pictured moving her belongings out of the $1.8 million Spanish style duplex that a LA judge ordered to hand back to Donald and Shelly Sterling earlier this month.

Sterling's alleged former mistress has suffered a dramatic fall from grace in recent weeks losing not just the expensive condo, but a total of $2.6 million copy bvlgari stud earrings in sugar daddy gifts.

Stiviano, 32, looked less than happy on Thursday as she helped several heavily tattooed young men put her possessions in a converted mailing truck that had graffiti all over it.

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Dressed down in jeans and a plain white blouse, Stiviano carted several Chanel bags from her former home, but left the heavy lifting to her tattooed removal men.

Afterwards Stiviano drove off in a dirty Hyundai Alantra, a big difference from the expensive Ferrari she had once driven during the good old days when Sterling was lavashing her with expensive gifts.

Sterling's wife Shelly who took Stiviano to court and won has said she pursued legal against against the much younger woman 'for justice'.

The billionaire wife of former Los Angeles Clippers owner said she felt vindicated by the judge's ruling on April 15 copy bulgari earrings price that Stiviano must return gifts including a $1.8 million house, luxury cars and stocks.

Stiviano was regularly seen driving this red Ferrari paid for by Donald Sterling when she first gained national attention

The couple testified at trial last month in Los Angeles Superior Court about their love for each other, displaying cards they had exchanged.

Still, Donald Sterling is suing his wife and the NBA over the $2 billion sale of the team.

A year ago, a recording of Donald Sterling telling Stiviano not to associate with black people led the NBA to ban him for life and fine him $2.5 million.

His wife then negotiated a deal to sell the team to ex Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer after doctors found Donald incompetent to handle his business affairs.

Shelly has said that she too mourns the loss of the team.

'It was a horrible thing to go through,' she said. 'They were like my family. To this day I still feel very bad about it.'

Her husband's lawyer has criticized her lawsuit as a 'pet project' that had extended Stiviano's time in the spotlight.

A tattooed young man helped Stiviano put her possessions in a converted mailing truck that had graffiti all over it

'The sums spent by Shelly Sterling in pursuing this matter likely exceeds any amount that will be recovered,' attorney Bobby Samini said.

'We remain perplexed that so much time, bvlgari mens earrings imitation energy and money have been allocated to litigating with Ms. Stiviano.'

Shelly Sterling's attorney scoffed at that statement.

'What do you expect from the lawyer for a husband who was caught red handed gifting his mistress with millions of dollars of family money,' Pierce O'Donnell said.

Shelly had filed the suit a month before the recording of her husband telling Stiviano not to associate with black people created an uproar and led the NBA to ban him for life.

In court, Shelly Sterling's lawyers used other recordings from Stiviano's iPhone to show he bought his alleged mistress a house, a Ferrari and other things.

Stiviano and the 80 year old billionaire were heard discussing how to shield gifts from his wife.

Among Stiviano's possessions removed from her former home were several refuse bags full of books

'The truth is that everything b zero1 earrings price imitation that I have, you've given me from your heart without me begging or asking or throwing myself all over you,' Stiviano said in snippet played in court.

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