(source) - Donald Sterling and V. Stiviano reunited at his Beverly Hills mansion today -- and when Donald's wife found out ... she called police, trying to get V. arrested ... TMZ has learned.
We're told Shelly Sterling got wind of Donald and V.'s tryst ... and believed Stiviano must have broken into the house. Our Sterling sources tell us Shelly called Bev Hills PD immediately and reported a break-in. We're told police officers responded ... and spoke to Donald and Stiviano. One source tells us V. was an "invited" guest, so ... no break-in, and no arrests. Shelly has beef with V. ... She sued the alleged mistress, claiming she embezzled $1.8 mil from Donald ... and Shelly says half of that was hers. Shelly claims V. swindled an old man who wasn't with it.
Cops tell us V. wasn't scared off ... she stayed after they left.
"Oh Donald, I just can't quit you."
A gold-digging floozy not being able to walk away from her racist ass sugar daddy? Not mind blowing. The fact that we still don't know what the V. stands for? Extremely mind-blowing. How has this chick kept her name hidden throughout all of this? That's insane. The Donald Sterling fiasco was on ESPN, big time national and international news channels, hell she's even been going to court rooms over this shit, and yet still we don't know what the V. stands for. Most mysterious mystery out there right now. My theory is that she legally changed her name to V. and made sure that the period was part of it, just so that idiots like me would look at it and be tied in to a mental pretzel trying to figure out what it was an abbreviation for. Big time deception move right there: get everyone worrying about your name over here while you're running back to refill your bank account via a racist, senile, Jabba the Hut impersonator over there. Never let it be said that this girl is all looks and no brains... Mostly cus she's ugly.
P.S. How about TMZ having to say "we're told" all the time in their stories? I know TMZ has proven reliable (albeit scummy) by now, but it doesn't do much for the credibility factor when your reporting sounds more like some dude just starting telling you shit on the street than actual reporting.