V. Stiviano had a rough time in New York City this weekend and now has a police report to back it up.
According to TMZ Sports, the police report stated that the 31-year-old accused two white men of “punching her in the face and calling her anti-black names.”
The police report follows the claims made by her attorney Mac Nehoray to news outlets Sunday after the alleged attack.
According to USA Today Sports, Mark Geyer, who works with Nehoray, said he had seen photos of Stiviano’s face taken after the attack and called it “pretty devastating.”
“Her face got pummeled pretty badly,” he said.
Stiviano, who famously recorded Sterling making racist remarks against African-Americans and led to a lifetime ban from the NBA, was in the Big Apple for an appearance with CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday.
A spokesperson for the news channel said the interview was cancelled, but that it had nothing to do with the reported attack.
“We had to cancel on our end,” spokesperson Shimrit Sheetrit told USA Today. “We were no longer able to do the interview. I think it’s in the process of possibly being rescheduled, possibly on another show.”
When asked about Stiviano’s reported attack, NYPD Commission Bill Bratton said Monday he wished she had stayed in California.
“I wasn’t even aware she was in town, we would have hoped that she would stay on the West Coast,” Bratton said, according to the NY Post.
Stiviano has previously given interviews to Barbara Walters and Dr. Phil, but has mostly stayed quiet regarding the scandal.